The World, and All That’s In It — Post by Michael J. Findley

anti promo

The first book of our world history series was intended to be just an introduction. Antidisestablishmentarianism turned into a lengthy statement of purpose. It is available as four separate books as well as a single volume: What Is an Establishment of Religion?, What Is Secular Humanism? What Is Science?, and What Are the Results of the Establishment of Secular Humanism?

save america fb cover

The introduction is followed by the four Conflict of the Ages volumes: Creation, covered in The Scientific History of Origins, the Fall to the Flood in The Origin of Evil in World That Was, the Flood and the Ice Age in They Deliberately Forgot: the Flood and the Ice Age, and Ice Age Civilizations.

COA all so far

The major criticism of these books is that they are completely documented and thorough. While I do not view this as a problem, other people find them difficult to absorb. So we published a single volume of the material in these eight books. It has no introductions, no appendix, no definition of terms, no quotes to support positions, no charts, and no illustrations. Disestablish is less than sixty pages. Each concept is mentioned only once.

Disestablish 25

However, the criticism that this is still too difficult prompted me to present the same post-flood material in an entertaining fictional format. That is the background for the Hittite series.

The first book in the series is Ephron Son of Zohar (Ephron the Hittite Book 1).

new ephron cover 25

The second book in the series is Tawananna Daughter of Zohar (Ephron the Hittite Book 2).

new tawananna cover 25

The third book in the series is Heth, Son of Canaan, Son of Ham, Son of Noah (Ephron the Hittite Book 3).

heth book 3 final 25

The fourth book in the series is Shelometh Daughter of Yovov Wife of Ephron (Ephron the Hittite Book 4).

shelometh 25The fifth book in the series is Zita: Son of Ephron and Shelometh (Ephron the Hittite Book 5)

zita with woman 25

Leave a comment

Filed under Current Issues, Education, History

We welcome your comments!

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s