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When I originally released Beyond Flesh and Blood at the beginning of last year, I don’t think I did a good job of really explaining what it was about or the purpose of my writing it. In my opinion, it is on the same level or maybe even better than As The Days of Noah Were.
For starters, those of you that have read As The Days of Noah Were, will be familiar with some of the content because it was inspired by Chapter 4: The Angel Theory, which is 32 pages long. Beyond Flesh and Blood is a 230 page expansion on that chapter. The reason I wanted to expand on that chapter was because I didn’t feel that the chapter alone could completely convey the involvement and importance that angels actually play in the Bible.
Much of what we’ve been taught about angels, demons, spirits, and other supernatural occurrences has largely come through tradition, and not scripture. Because the supernatural is a personal interest of mine, I wanted to go deeper into what it is that the Bible really says about the subject. A lot of the book was a learning experience to me, and the book is essentially documentation of that experience. I will readily admit that I thought I knew a lot more about the subject than I actually did before I started writing the book. During its completion, I learned the following:
- The Bible Mentions At Least 15 Different Kinds of Spirits.
- The Bible Makes Multiple References To Female Spirits.
- The War In Heaven Very Closely Matches The Babylonian Story of Marduk.
- Older Depictions of Molech Very Closely Match The Greek Minotaur.
- The Idea of Dispensations Is Not Unique To The Bible
I’m sure I learned a lot more during the writing process, but those are just the ones I can think of off the top of my head. Here is a quick look at the Table of Contents and what you’ll find in the book:
- Chapter 1: Angelology and Demonology 101
- Chapter 2: What Are Angels?
- Chapter 3: The Ranks of Angels
- Chapter 4: The Rise of An Adversary
- Chapter 5: The War In Heaven
- Chapter 6: The Abilities of Angels
- Chapter 7: The Origin of Demons
- Chapter 8: The Technology of Angels
- Chapter 9: Supernatural Deception
- Chapter 10: The Destiny of Angels and Demons
In my opinion, if you want an in depth of angels, demons, and the spirit realm according to the Bible, Beyond Flesh and Blood is the book that you want to read.
What Readers Are Saying
“I read Angels: God’s Secret Agents by Billy Graham when I was in high school (1992 – 20 years ago). that book kept me captivated for years… up until last week when I finished BEYOND FLESH AND BLOOD: ULTIMATE GUIDE TO ANGELS AND DEMONS.” – Ken Adams
“This book was very well written. I have read many books on this topic and this book is the one I would recommend to anyone starting out on the subject. It even provided new perspective for a veteran such as myself.” – R Droeger
“The author was very knowledgeable in all subject matter and used a format for presentation that kept each topic equally interesting and informative. I highly recommend this work for reference or for pleasure reading.” – Scott Abrams
“Excellent! Thought book was very well researched and written looking forward to reading more books written by Minister Dante Fortson” – Amber McKinney
“This is a book I will read again and again (just like I am doing with his other book “As The Days of Noah were”) There is SO much mind blowing information in his books that it is hard to take in at one time. These books were an answer to prayer for me and have taught me more than I could have ever imagined. I highly recommend this book for those seeking a deeper understanding and greater insight into the Bible.” – T. Nelson
“I have yet to finish it as I just bought it today, but I stopped reading it to write this review because I cannot stress enough how pleased I am to have discovered this fabulous author.” – F. Lemay
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