Subtle Annihilation

How to Survive The Ongoing Genocide

Non-Fiction - Religion/Philosophy
225 Pages
Reviewed on 05/11/2015
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Author Biography

Pablo was born in the only Christian nation in Southeast Asia, the Philippines. He was raised by poor parents in an atmosphere of faith in God, love and honesty. This made him pursue his education by working for it and with the help of his elder brother Eugenio who also stimulated his interest in arts, music and science. Pablo finished Bachelor of Science in Commerce, major in Accounting as a working student in the University of Iloilo, Iloilo City, Philippines. He worked with the Coca-Cola Bottlers Philippines, Inc for 24 years while gradually completing his Master's degree in Business Administration. Pablo graduated from MBA at the same time his daughter Aleah graduated from Bachelor of Science in Nursing at the University of Iloilo.

Pablo now lives in Calgary, Alberta, Canada with his wife Vilma, daughter Aleah and son in law Vladimer Sapitanan. He constructed and designed his website: He is spending the rest of his life writing books and songs in praise of his Creator.

    Book Review

Reviewed by Roy T. James for Readers' Favorite

Subtle Annihilation: How to Survive the Ongoing Genocide by Pablo H. Solutin is a journey through the many facets of Christian theology, examining in detail the tenets dear to each and every Christian. He has devoted one chapter each to examine them, like The Satanic Technique, Idolatry, Finding the Name of the Son, and ending with the examination of Great Deception, the trick Satan uses for exterminating men. In each of these chapters, he examines one of the critical questions of Christian faith, from finding a name for the Father to the union of souls. Controversial in some places, the author's handling of the subject is with subtle mastery and obvious care.

Subtle Annihilation: How to Survive the Ongoing Genocide by Pablo H. Solutin covers almost all important ‘twists’ of Christian faith, prodding readers into thinking. Proposing an alternate view of the beginning, which includes the creation of humans by God as well as Lucifer, and the scuffle between descendants of both, he initiates further debates. Borrowing profusely from other religions to support his arguments, and using modern science wherever necessary, he conclusively examines each and every issue at hand. However, chapter headings could have been shown for easy recognition. Copious quotes from the Bible, that too with an appropriate selection, reconfirm his arguments. As he says while discussing quantum science: “Yes, the presence of God is everywhere. That is why the protons remain at the center of the atom and the electrons remain in their orbit around it. That is why the moon, the planets and the stars and the galaxies maintain the order of their movements.”