Yesterday's Savior

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 The Second Coming is here! Deny it at your peril!

By the year 2075 most of the western world has converted to the religion of the Church of the Second Coming. From its humble beginnings, as the figure of Christ began to appear all around the globe, the Church has grown to achieve absolute world power. But rumors surround the Church of the Second Coming, and hint, like so many regimes before it, of deeply held secrets and the use of brutal power to quiet ‘those who oppose.’

When David Dyson, a believer and devout priest working for the Church of the Second Coming, is interviewed by a tough female reporter about the outrageous rumors surrounding the Church, Dyson discovers that his whole life may have been built around a lie.

Will his crisis of faith reveal the Church of the Second Coming’s astonishing secrets? You’ll be surprised by the revelation and shocked by the misunderstanding of the brutal regime.

Yesterday’s Savior is a reminder, particularly relevant in this day and age, that freedom is worth fighting for.
3.8
8 reviews
A Google user
Fantastic book! Loved it! This book will appeal to science fiction lovers. *I received a copy of this book for free. The review is my own, honest and unsolicited.
A Google user
Yesterday's Savior is a good read for anyone who enjoys the mystery involved in conspiracy theories. Author Keith Bliss wrote of a world wide religion based on an event in 2010 and how by exploiting people's faith "the church" is much more than a place to worship on Sundays!
A Google user
the book is set in future about David Dyson in 2075 who wanted to be a priest all his life due to his blind faith and works for the Archives end Coming of The Lamb, in New York. This amazing and very well written book was given to me to review by librarything earlyreview I give this book 4 stars

About the author

 After emigrating from England to Australia, Keith lived there for five years as a child before his family moved back to England. He received a bachelor’s degree in German from Leicester University and moved to Germany in 1983 where he worked as a self-employed translator for over 20 years before becoming a lecturer at the University of Siegen in 2005. From there he received a master’s degree in English literature and is currently working on a Ph.D. about the effects of Darwinism on early science fiction between 1818 and 1918. He is still teaching English at the University of Siegen, and claims it is the “best job in the world”.

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