War. God has created a cherub who will settle for nothing less than godhead. Hosts of angels are pitted against one another and mankind is haplessly entwined. The stakes are Heaven, Earth and every human soul. Sam March, medical student and explorer, has been given the greatest assignment of his career by the House of Hodaviah; his mission, to find a colossal relic of the war that’s also a stark warning of events to come. Derailed, Sam is forced on a journey of discovery that takes him beyond the limits of his physical and mental endurance. Treacherous highways, infested caverns, frozen mountain heights, bitter shores and remote wildernesses all stand between him and his goal. He encounters evil intellects, scheming seductresses, lethal thugs and ancient supernatural forces older than the Earth itself. Not only has he bitten off more than he can chew, he’s now at the front line of the war.
Staggering in scope, Creation’s Mutiny truly redefines the term epic. Even the footnotes are impossible not to read, blazing beneath the main text with astonishing details. Moreover, with cross referencing and unabbreviated names of references, the footnotes will be a valuable source of information for years to come. The same can be said of the main text, timeline and glossary.
More than a novel:
Creation's Mutiny contains an exhilarating blend of fiction with nonfiction. In addition to references to the Bible, Creation's Mutiny refers to many of the world's most influential nonbiblical written works, including Homer's Iliad (an account of a major part of the Trojan War), Livy's History of Rome, the Mahabharata (a collection of Hindu scriptures), Chronicle of Buddhas, the Koran, the Book of Idols, the Seven Ecumenical Councils of the Undivided Church, Eusebius' Life of Constantine and numerous others.
The book answers many of the world's greatest mysteries, such as:
What are the true origins of the world's religions?
Why is Catholicism (Roman Catholicism and Eastern Orthodoxy) not the Christianity of the Bible?
Who were the Greek gods?
Why are Allah of the Koran and the God of the Bible not the same individual?
Where is Noah’s Ark?
Will the city of Babylon be built anew in Iraq?
Are there truly Ten Lost Tribes of Israel?
What's the meaning of life?
About the author:
M. W. Seymour is a Christian preacher, medical doctor and graduate of Cambridge University. He is British and has lived in the UK, Guyana (South America) and Saudi Arabia. He has travelled extensively, including: to Israel on numerous occasions; to a South American rainforest to assist in the training of representatives from different villages to treat life-threatening medical emergencies in their communities; and as a student on a medical elective to Yellowknife (Northwest Territories, Canada), the main hospital of which receives many patients referred from the Arctic. Yellowknife is approximately 250 miles south of the Arctic Circle. At Yellowknife he had an opportunity to meet people from a wide diversity of cultural groups who live in Canada's Arctic and subarctic regions. He has preached on a range of topics, including: Heaven, Creation versus Evolution, the Real Adam and Eve, the Biblical Timeline, Angels, Babylon and Christian Courage.
Corrigendum (corrected error after book printed)-posted 5th Sep 2016:
Within the footnote of page 69, "the other two reasons" should be corrected as: "two other reasons".
Above corrected, because there were more reasons for God's casting out of the inhabitants of the land of Canaan than those stated in Creation's Mutiny (see Leviticus 20:1-23).