Cross of Man

by Wendell Charles NeSmith

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Synopsis

Cross of Man is a Christian book that explores the past, present, and future of humanity in relation to Bible prophesy. It investigates how we came to where we are now and how that relates to Biblical eschatology. It explores modern and new technology and the Biblical interpretations of this technology. Cross of Man is essential reading for the aware Christian that wishes to be prepared for the end times.

Knowledge Elements

Reading Intent

Purpose: Inspirational
Reader's Existing Knowledge: Beginner (introduction)
Target Audience Age/Stage of Life: Everyone (no target age)

Example Forms

Author's Personal Anecdotes: Frequent or continual
Citations: Mentioned, but not linked or footnoted
Examples and Case Studies: Frequent use of many different examples or case studies
Exercises and Reader Questions: Evenly balanced between text and questions or exercises

Writing Style

Humor: Serious
Narrative: First person

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About the author

Wendell Charles NeSmith

I spent my life invested in wisdom and naturally graduated in philosophy at university. When I understood the bigger picture, I created free pieces of information in order to effectively convey those topics. I wrote five books sharing my wisdom into what a better tomorrow could look like. I directed countless films to educate you about the topics. Along my journeys I was banned and censored from almost every mainstream and alternative platform. However, I fought very hard for the right to bring this information to you. So for the rest of my days I will make videos, write books, and make games that show you what this world could one day become if we only play our cards right.

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