The Final Conflict – A Tale of the Two Witnesses by Kenneth Zeigler – A Book Review

The Final ConflictFinal Conflict – A Tale of Two Witnesses
By Kenneth Ziegler
Destiny Image Publishers, Inc.
P. O. Box 310, Shippensburg, PA 17257
978-0768403329, $ 14.99, 2013, 398 pages
Reviewed by Richard R. Blake
Supernatural Technology, Prophetic Events, the Darkness of Evil that Lead to the Great Tribulation

“The Final Conflict – A Tale of Two Witnesses” the fifth and final book in the “Tears of Heaven series is an action packed, adrenaline pumping drama of the darkness of evil and the truth that God’s ultimate purposes will not be thwarted.

Kenneth Ziegler skillfully brings together fictional characters, factual events of Biblical prophecy, futuristic technology, insights from science, elements from science fiction, and fantasy to creatively explain one of many interpretations of prophetic end-time revelation.

“Final Conflict” is a cutting edge, non-preachy, presentation of the Gospel Message. Ziegler’s characters reveal a respect for individual seekers by carefully listening to their questions and opinions out of sincere concern; this approach opens an opportunity to share how their needs can be met through Jesus the promised Savior.

Readers may come from one of various interpretations of end-time prophecies described in the Bible. Whichever this may be “The Final Conflict” and Ziegler’s “unconventional” but Biblically based interpretation “may spark criticism and healthy debate.” However, the book is a refreshing reminder that salvation is based on a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. “The Final Conflict” is entertaining, thought provoking, and an example of good story telling from a broad context of universal appeal.

A complimentary copy of this book was provided for review purposes. The opinions expressed are my own.

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