TITLE: THE UNIVERSES OF GOD 4: THE FINAL ETERNITY
Author: TWE STEPHENS
Publication Date: 25 OCTOBER 2016
Genre: CHRISTIAN FICTION
Brilliant Except for Bias
The Universes of God 4: The Final Eternity here is so brilliant, you’d have to call the writer Stephens a genius for his Biblical knowledge and vast imagination. I think for someone to write an entire book, let alone, a quadrilogy set for the most part in heaven is worthy of praise and respect. As a Christian and a Holy Bible lover, I thought this book stood right up there with such masterpieces as Avatar and the whole Star Wars series. I mean, this book resembles movies as those in that they are set entirely in a universe apart from our Earth here. I laud Twe Stephens for his work here, very well done and thank you for this contribution to Christian literature.
The book follows the events that are detailed in the Biblical book of Revelations with citations included. It tells of the time when the holy and the blessed are celebrating the Son of God with all the angels and the heavenly creatures magnifying his name to the unfaithful and the unholy having to labor for their sins and disobedience of the laws of the Lord. There is a slight change in the retelling as Stephens’ added his own flair to it by giving the apostles of the Lord different names, names that are earned through their having achieved the kingdom of God and for their righteousness. There is Yeshamiel (Matthew); Ophaniel (Thomas); Morael (James the son of Zebedee); and others called Mariah (this one is male and is supposedly the new version of Judas); Raquel (Matthias); and Pesagniyah, Jazel, etc. There are also names for those who were damned and followed satan such as Zillah, Freiel, Aarel, etc. They are the ones who chose to stand with satan and his “synagogue.”
Now there is a pet peeve about this book that ruined it for me. This book puts the Jews and Catholics in a bad light and considers those people as allies of the devil. I guess this is because Catholic practices include veneration of the saints and the Virgin Mary and the Jews were the ones who persecuted the Christ when He lived as a man during His days on earth. I didn’t like that about this book because that’s “hate” right there and hate is a property of the evil one. Also, when the Blessed were chastising the damned, they used swearing words like “stinking” for example which I personally felt was unnecessary since they are Blessed and the children of God so they should only speak beautiful, heavenly words instead of foul words like that that only should come out of the mouths of the wicked. I don’t know, maybe it’s just me.
All in all, I advise those who buy this book to read it wisely as this is biased and holds a dangerous view against groups of people that if taken too seriously could lead to some grave consequences. But other than that, job well done Mr Stephens. Your writing skills are amazing!