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Adekunle Rowaiye\'s new book examines what’s really behind the stories in the Bible

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Arab Today, arab today Adekunle Rowaiye\'s new book examines what’s really behind the stories in the Bible

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The treatise Cracking the Ancient Codes vividly captures the many intrigues behind Bible stories, seeing them from the spiritual dimension. It narrates the story of the Seed and the Serpent, manifesting in different forms as they engage in unabated contention throughout the ages. The intentions of Satan are clear: to frustrate the manifestation of the Seed by either defiling or destroying the Seed’s ancestors. In this plot, Israel and Jerusalem are the sacred sites; the Jews and later the church are the principal actors. There exists the force of good and evil, which are both actively interfering in the affairs of men and operating by dynamics not explicitly understood by mortals. It appears that man’s actions and inactions are engineered by unseen forces that manipulate him to accomplish a specific purpose. It also appears that in the fulfillment of prophecy, Satan is an unpaid worker in the kingdom of God. Mortals have to make the constant choice between life and death. Events surrounding the state of Israel and the existence of the church remain the most valid markers for fulfillment of spiritual prophecy. The world must be conscious of the warfare that exists and must not be engulfed in the deception of a no-devil secularity. About the Author: Adekunle Rowaiye has been part of several prayer movements in his home country of Nigeria. He has travelled extensively, teaching prayer warfare in conferences and retreats, and remains a worker at the Living Faith Church, Abuja, Nigeria. He is a veterinarian, biotechnologist, and is involved in bio-resources development in his country. This is Dr. Rowaiye’s second published work after his debut, Subduing Kingdoms.

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