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Summary

Combining intense theological research with his signature writing style, Gerald Welch crafts the definitive story of the War in Heaven, answering age-old questions:

  • WHO is Satan?
  • WHAT did he exchange for his post in Heaven?
  • WHEN did the War in Heaven occur?
  • WHY are demons always described as spirits while angels are always described as having bodies?
  • WHERE did angels live before the creation of the universe?

Set in the world of The Last Witness, War in Heaven establishes itself as the first inclusive recount of the war that changed the fate of Heaven and Earth!

©2010 Gerald Welch (P)2012 Gerald Welch

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Enthralling Story

I'm not religious but fascinated by Angels etc

This is worth a listen but why the strange narrator voice??

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  • Donna Courtois
  • 09-12-12

Masterful Interpretation

Set in the world of the Last Witness, War in Heaven is an interpretation, based on Biblical study, of events before and during the creation of the universe that led to Satan's Fall. The story breathes life into the angels, Helel, Argus, and Uriel, and made me think of the reasons behind Satan's fall in a new way. The narration adds to the enjoyment. The voices of God and the angels are very distinct and individual. The music is beautiful and frames and enhances the story perfectly. Highly recommended.

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  • medicman
  • 20-07-15

Insight if you believe

i felt the power of this book in the spirit it was created from and for.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 19-05-15

Spectacular

This is a stirring reminder of humanity's need to know the creator. I view this production as a play, yet so full of truth. Bravo!

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  • Terry
  • 13-06-13

Waste of Time

What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?

Better quality recording. I had to speed up the read back 2X just to get the words to make sense. theThundering as God spoke made the wrods unintelligible. Horrible Production!

Has War in Heaven turned you off from other books in this genre?

No

What didn’t you like about Mike Lykins and Rob Noble ’s performance?

Overly Dramatic and filled with noise.

You didn’t love this book... but did it have any redeeming qualities?

Good Storyline