Can Christians believe in extraterrestrials? Preacher James Darden doesn't, but he has to preach about them. Then they come. They lavish their promises and presents on the people of Earth. Only then do James and the Christians he leads learn what the aliens want. His son Jim, a student at CU Boulder, and Jim's roommate Pat work with the U.S. government to learn the aliens' secret. When they find out, can they warn the world and their fellow Christians in time? Or will their efforts prove futile? Who will win, James and the Christians he leads or Ouima, leader of World Eternal?
Donna R. Wittlif has a master's degree and has taught in high schools and colleges. She has been a student and teacher of the Bible for over fifty years. For the past ten years she has studied UFO's and related phenomena, and she uses what she learns in her books. She and her husband live in Colorado, where they enjoy writing, teaching Bible classes, gardening, and keeping up with their grandchildren.
Ouima gives the people of Earth a choice. Earth leaders can choose World Eternal's promises of health and wealth for all and join World Eternal's galactic union of planets. If Earth refuses WE's invitation, THEM (the Haters of Everyone Mortal) will conquer Earth, make slaves of its people, and plunder Earth's natural resources. Earth will be no more. But...do World Eternal and its leader, Ouima, really want what's good for Earth and its people? Or are they the enemy?
World Eternal: Promises
“And so,” Ouima added, “I repeat my promises to you. World Eternal, of which I stand as chief high messenger, begs you to unite and join us. We will help you fix your problems. No one will be hungry. No one who is able to work will lack work. We will help you overcome the natural disasters that ravage your land and the diseases that weaken your bodies. If you choose our help, you will be richer and healthier. You will live in a land of peace and prosperity. But if you spurn World Eternal, if you keep fighting among yourselves, you will suffer dire consequences. You have already given THEM a foothold. What does the disappearance of your resources lead to but suspicion and mistrust? What does that lead to but war and annihilation? Yes, I said annihilation—the destruction of your world as you know it—and slavery.”
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