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Take a look at the Categories drop-down bar. Not only did they have the political power of Constantine's legacy behind them, the priesthood also now held the keys to the church in their hands, both figuratively and literally. These novels are fast and sexy, but well written and full of interesting characters. Isaiah was commissioned by his god to carry the message to Israel that he is the only god there is; this comes as a great problem to the Israelites who see Isaiah's concept of God as being the very god who had aided the Assyrians in their victories against them.

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Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform; 2 edition (July 12, 2015)

ISBN: 1514686937

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