Satan's Shadow in Religion

Non-Fiction - Religion/Philosophy
250 Pages
Reviewed on 06/25/2019
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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite

God's Universe is an amalgamation of matter, time, and space and he has given a deliberate rest on the seventh day after the six days of creation. It is believed that God rested on the seventh day and introduced the seven-day cycle to the world. Origin: Satan's Shadow In Religion by Michael Ebifegha not only speaks about the GCSD (God's Creation Sabbath Day) but also the failure to accept this gift of a holy day by modern clerics. They endorse an evolutionism based on Satan's philosophy on origin as the foundation's scientific truth. The book focuses mainly on the Judaeo-Christian religions and the book lists the four reasons why Satan is opposed to creation but is lukewarm to resurrection.

The topic is different and it gives attention to the creation side of the GCSD commandment that makes obedience, trust, and humble submission to God, who is the sole authority of creation, mandatory. The book shows readers how Satan misleads the world and will encourage them to reaffirm the real GCSD. It is also useful to readers to help them understand God's intervention in order to resolve related controversies pertaining to science and religion. Readers will find it interesting reading about Satan's disobedience of the GCSD commandment and how God foresaw Satan's ploys in misleading people and provided people with a practical rebuttal by adding the seventh day to the six days of creation. The book gives a lot of information to readers about GCSD, God, and Satan, and will make them reflect on GCSD and whether they are prepared to honor the observation of the Sabbath Day.