Leonard Sweet and Lori Wagner. The Seraph Seal. Nashville: Thomas Nelson, 2011. The Seraph Seal is a fictional apocalyptic novel that combines contemporary semiotics (signs), technology, theology and ecology with end time scenarios to create a story of adventure, renewal and hope. Set in the year 2048, the story centers on the life of Dr. […]
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