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Be Still And Know...

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  • Published August 6, 2015, 11:38 am
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When Chaim Rosenberg starts to hear things in the Spirit, he soon learns that others are hearing them too. With the help of a small group of Australian Aborigines, spiritually sensitive people from throughout Australasia are drawn together in a movement that will mark the start of a new age in human consciousness.

This novel by Dave Mckay is neither a sequel nor a prequel to his best seller "Survivors", but it is an equel. It tells the same story and covers the same period of time, but does so from a radically different Australasian perspective.

This is the second book in the end-time series by Dave Mckay.

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    • Paul this book.
      May 9, 2016

      After reading the first book, "Survivors" by the same author my interest increased to wanting to know more. Keep them coming!

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    • easyreader this book.
      February 19, 2016

      Interesting ideas. This author thinks outside the box. Nice to find a Christian writer with an open mind.

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    • Ted this book.
      November 28, 2015

      A different style in some ways than the first novel, but nevertheless a thoroughly good read. Particularly appreciated the concept of sincerity.

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    • John this book.
      November 23, 2015

      The stuff about different religions working together comes across as unrealistic to me. It sounds inspiring but I wonder if something like that could ever really happen. It really does make me wonder.

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    • Dave this book.
      November 16, 2015

      It reveals a lot about the mindset of Australian Aborigines (and about Australian Quakerism in general), but it also takes an interesting look at most of the major religions of the world. I particularly liked the spot where a character says that Aborigines have the advantage of not being locked into a legalistic interpretation of a single book, which enables them to be more dynamic in their faith... or something along those lines. Surely the similarities between various religions is frustrated by the fact that none oftheir books agree in every detail. Too often religious adherents are more or less forced to demonise everyone outside their own religion.

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