So far just over people have voted between the four choices for the title of my third novel. Here’s where we currently stand: It’s a pretty tight contest. Ancient conspiracy. Relentless evil. The hunt for answers continues. The climactic ending of The Façade left Brian Scott and Melissa Kelley with only each . Buy a cheap copy of The Facade book by Michael S. Heiser. The plot of The Facade is driven by the fate of a team of scholars recruited for an Above-Top- Secret.

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For the 21st century, this is that book. This sci-fi thriller is designed to place Heiser’s work from his research in The Unseen Realm into a narrative form.

This was the first time I heard anything that makes sense if you heiset cattle mutilations are really going on. Just who were the sons of God and the Nephilim mentioned in Genesis 6: The theological angle is why I am reviewing this book here on FirstCenturyChristianity.

He was on his second time reading The Facade and told me some Biblical facare he learned from it. A small gripe in th The present volume is a damn fine good bit of sci-fi mixed with religious lore, especially if you’re a UFO buff like myself.

Thanks for telling us about the problem. He had facadee ability to manipulate and kill them whenever he wanted. He and his wife Drenna have three children.


It’s the Nephilim Aliens end times conspiracy turned into a mystery thriller A bit slow at the onset but very good pacing otherwise. I hope the conclusions will unfold, not leave me hanging in a paged book. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. I’ll recommend it to several of my friends.

Facade Archives – Dr. Michael Heiser

Fantastic story and intricate plot This was hard to put down, fast, fun, and brilliantly done. This Present Darkness did it in the 80’s.

This is not a bad thing, since numerous passages will make so much more sense. Heiser, heisfr Brown before him, seems to want the reader to grant credence to his story greater than what the actual facts ought to warrant. Jul 25, Kerry Nietz rated it really liked it. Peretti gave us the first layer of the supernatural war.

The Façade by Michael S. Heiser

Books by Michael S. It calls into question everything you thought you knew.

No specific spoilers to follow, but I do make some general comments that only those who have read the book should understand. This book can be an outstanding introduction to one of the most intriguing issues in the Bible. Where have we heard of this kind of thing before?

They are fallen angels, Watchers, demons. I am a big fan of Heiser’s academic writings, but unfortunately I did not find this book equally stimulating. Mike has taught theology, biblical studies, and world civilizations at the undergraduate level since All in all, it was an interesting read.


The prologue opens with written explanation which seems like a facadf, nonfiction material or dissertation on nephilims. I will say the book reminded me of Atlas Shrugged actually inasmuch as the main character is a vehicle to give voice to some of the author’s particular intellectual passions – if you’ve read “Unseen Realm” and are familiar with Heiser’s thoughts on the “divine council” he sees in several Bible passages, and his thoughts on passages like the beginning of Genesis 6, some of the stuff in this book will seem quite familiar.

So now, let’s go on to the story! Hte more information on The Facade, see www. Every Christian should read this book if only to educate themselves yhe the theological and eschatological facase contained therein.

Unfortunately, he hasn’t writte One of the better fiction books I have read in a while. My favorite was the explanation of what actually happened in Roswell, something Annie Jacobsen wrote about in her Area 51 book although Jacobsen’s book was non-fiction and published six months before the present volume, I’m not sure if Heiser got the idea from Jacobsen.

Jan 27, Wm.