The five best Christian fantasy-thriller fiction novels
The five best Christian fantasy-thriller fiction novels are “Sword of the Spirit” by Mark Norris, “This Present Darkness” by Frank Peretti, “Piercing the Darkness” by Frank Peretti, “The Sword of Shanarra” by Terry Brooks, and “Angel Fire East”, by Terry Brooks.
The Christian fiction novel that portrays the church the best in Bible-based fantasy lore is Sword of the Spirit.
The call of God, the church, His spiritual gifts, and New Testament based end of the age is portrayed in this Christian fiction novel-thriller in a page turning adventure that moves to the Second Coming and the end of time.
Someone once said eternity is three steps forward and one to the right. This unseen spiritual fourth dimension is where earth was created out of nothing (Hebrews 1:3) and is where earth’s Creator and His angels, the departed souls of mankind, and the fallen angels revealed in the Book of Revelation dwell now.
When looking at the five best Christian fantasy-thriller fiction novels, we have to look at 1 Corinthians 12 revealed charismatic gift of the discerning of spirits sometimes that allows humans a look into this dimension. The New Testament prophet John’s visitation by the resurrected Jesus Christ and his angels of this dimension shows mortalkind not only the realm, but the outcome God has planned for those who ultimately encounter it. All do, one way or another
In Mark Norris’ Christian fiction novel-thriller “Sword of the Spirit” Drugolin Inn Keeper Eagan Argyle is visited by this otherly realm, then led fully into it with his discovery team in a fight for their lives in attaining the new world promised in the Book of Revelation.
To most in Argyle’s realm, otherly spirit lore lingered as mysterious legends best suited for late night hearths. On rare occasions one might hear of strange visitations. Some of huge, radiant beings bearing aid and guidance. Others of dark, evil creatures summoning dread and death. All were a part of Drugolish legend, but few took them seriously.
But Argyle’s westlands hometown of Noy couldn’t afford the apathy of its unenlightened, middleland neighbors. Its enclosing fortress walls stood as a monument to the frightening visitations it experienced, day and night.
When this most celebrated otherly adventurer receives a prophetic lamp, he teams with one final group on a faith empowering mission into the dread regions of evil that could usher in an eternal age where mortals are like angels and God reigns supreme.
What would you do if an angel materialized in your bedroom tonight, handed you a prophetic lampstand that projected the events of Satan’s rebellion, and invited you to brave the powers of hell?
The otherly is waiting,…will you go?
Hope this gave you some understanding of the five best Christian fantasy-thriller fiction novels,
“This fantasy novel is well-written…on a C.S. Lewis, Frank E. Peretti, or J.K Rowling level. My fifteen-year old grandson who reads a novel a month in this style said he loved the descriptive writing.
So this work has two audiences, Christian youth and Christian adults. Not only does this tale excite the reader, it equips him/her in prayer and spiritual warfare.
I hope you enjoy Sword of the Spirit as much as I have. Jesus (Krystos), warrior angels, warrior prophets, and Satan’s fallen host battle in this eschatological thriller for the victorious end the Book of Revelation guarantees.
I suggest that you pull together a Christian reader’s discussion group and do this with other Christian friends. What a wonderful book to share and then pray together with spiritual weapons you receive from your journey through Sword of the Spirit. Thanks Mark for a great novel!”
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