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God's Electronic Communicator Kindle Edition
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- ASIN : B0784T6L1Y
- Publisher : Tekline Publishing (27 November 2017)
- Language : English
- File size : 5521 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 163 pages
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This is a short work, but it is a classic Fred Harding piece of expository non-fiction. Harding excels at picking some oblique, unexpected and out-of-the-box approach to a topic of interest and effectively ferreting out a truth that will undoubtedly be at least a bit controversial but incontrovertibly well-thought out and researched. Harding rarely lands you on a mainstream explanation, and the idea that the priestly garb worn in the Holy of Holies was effectively a large, wearable radio antenna is certainly some out-of-the box thinking. But, backed up as thoroughly as can be.
Harding is an amazing thinker and writer. Seriously, I think he easily stands in among greats like G.H. Pember and Clarence Larkin, even Immanuel Velikovsky or Charles Hapgood. He also reminds me of Christopher Dunn or even Laird Scranton. He's a combination of several of these undeservedly obscure but brilliant scientific and/or spiritual illuminators rolled into one. And I'd say that this work is a nice starting place for someone just discovering Harding. It's a shorter work for him, but it's got all the audacity of his typically unorthodox assertions backed by all the meticulous research and exhaustive yet still readable and accessible exposition that leaves no stone unturned and no objection unattended to. He locks it down tight every time. And then you find you might just have to believe that Jewish priests in Old Testament times utilized piezoelectric crystals to demodulate radio signals from God in order to discern His will. Or that evolution is disproved on the basis of monkey penises. Or that the offspring of angels and women are part of the fossil record. Or that the long-standing Biblical standard canon of both the Catholic and Protestant churches has been harboring a fantastic, heretical ringer.
You may not know that you need to know these things, but you do, and Fred Harding is the only guy bringing it to you.