Revelation 9:11


Pose your own question by E-MAIL and the authors will answer the most relevant ones here.
You may use your name, your initials, or remain anonymous.

Is this a book about angels?
(R.M. Detroit, Michigan)

It is primarily the story of a priest at an orphanage who is bearing a terrible penance. But in the course of the story he interacts with two supernatural beings: the Seraph Abaddon, Angel of the Abyss and the Archangel Michael who are depicted on the cover and the web site.

Are all your characters fictional?
(Brian McQueen, Brighton, England)

The human characters are fictional. Michael and Abaddon are not.

Will I be offended by the language?
(Raylene Parker, North Bay, Ontario)

There are words and passages in the book that might be offensive to some, but they are few and far between.

What is the book’s main theme?
(C. H., Shell Harbour, Australia)


Can I actually read the books of Enoch and the Syriac Apocalypse of Baruch or are they fictional?
(Roray MacAskill, Little Judique, Nova Scotia)

1 Enoch, 2 Enoch and Baruch’s Apocalypse are in “The Apocryphal Old Testament” edited by H. F. D. Sparks and published by the Oxford University Press.

Does this book claim the world ends in 2012?
(J. P., Cabool, Missouri)

That prediction is based on the Mayan Calendar which, being circular and seamless, begins again when it comes to an end. We follow the Book of Revelation and its depiction of the events occuring at the end of the world.