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Satan Made Me Write This Chris James

Satan Made Me Write This

Chris James

Published April 30th 2012
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Kindle Edition
187 pages
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 About the Book 

This book is the result of an extraordinary sequence of supernatural events going back thousands of years.Once upon a time, in an undetectable realm of perfection, there lived billions of invisible creatures that looked like humans with wings (butMoreThis book is the result of an extraordinary sequence of supernatural events going back thousands of years.Once upon a time, in an undetectable realm of perfection, there lived billions of invisible creatures that looked like humans with wings (but invisible).One of them, a being of great beauty covered in jewels, who goes by the name Satan, wasnt very nice, and convinced one third of the others to be nasty too. So, the creator of the universes son and his army fought with them and banished them from the realm.They were cast down to a small planet on the edge of the Milky Way galaxy we call Earth. There, in a secluded garden, two brand new humans had recently been made, and Satan decided to do something evil. He convinced them to disobey the universe creator, and due to the laws of nature that had been set up, this meant all humans who followed would disobey too.Some would have the audacity to question humanitys belief that these events even happened, pointing to a lack of proof, and relying on something called common sense, something even the believers in this have when it comes to the creation myths and gods of other cultures, strangely enough.Some would even realize these beliefs about the supernatural were causing all kinds of problems to our species and would have to be challenged.This book is one of many that question the beliefs of theists, meaning that the shape-shifting, invisible dragon Satan and his minions have obviously taken control of or heavily influenced the author using their powers of telepathy.*Words, like these**Cartoon pictures**For atheists and theists*