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Judgment: The Suffering Innocent 2nd Edition is a Christian thriller by Ronald A Fahrenholz II. John Williams enters a period during and after the Christian rapture. Unsure about the demands of the new world, and scared about his prospects, John takes “the mark of the beast” and upon his death awaits judgment. He is sectioned to the left of God, a sign that he has not been chosen to join God in Heaven, and fears terrible repercussions for the way he lived his life on earth, but God surprises John by granting him the chance to see the troubled lives of seven people whose circumstances were far worse than his own.
Judgment is written from a Christian standpoint, with scriptures sprinkled throughout the book. Ronald A Fahrenholz II has created a situation where God’s grace and mercy can be seen together with sad and tragic events. Grim and raw emotion sweeps through the story as Fahrenholz gives his readers a glimpse of what Judgment Day could be like for any of us. John’s story isn’t the only one that will draw in readers, as the book presents the sins of many people, and the effects it has on the innocent lives around them. John is given a chance to look through the eyes of seven individuals, and the stories of abortion, abuse, slavery, martyrdom, and injustice bring a new perspective to the way readers may perceive their hardships. This is a great book that could be used to lead people to accept God in their lives and may even serve as a mirror for individuals who wonder about the price of rejecting God.