This first book of The Coming Flood series chronicles the early years of young Enoch, the seventh from Adam. As a mere “lad” Enoch is not the most obvious choice to lead his people, being smaller and weaker than most of the young men of his village and having a speech impediment that makes him appear weak to many. Nonetheless, Father Adam recognizes in him one who will rise to the call to help his people when perilous times threaten on the horizon.
Watchers (or Nephilim), fallen angels, giants, raiders, armies and Father Cain create intrigue as darkness hangs an ominous cloud over the land and young Enoch seems destined to take the weight of the troubled world on his narrow shoulders. Powerful and destructive technologies meted out to the people of Cain by diabolical forces create ongoing imbalances of power and threaten the very existence of the people of Adam and Seth. The boy Enoch comes face to face with the reality of evil and employs every mental and spiritual power at his disposal to combat it.
This is not your typical Sunday School or Bible Study treatment of the subject matter, but a comprehensive course that includes accounts and histories from several ancient texts, the most reliable of which have contributed to the telling of these antediluvian adventures. The world before the Flood was a cruel, dangerous and sophisticated place to exist. Satan, with his demons, fallen angels and fallen Watchers, meted out knowledge of sin, technology and weaponry with the purpose in mind of destroying God’s children and their planetary home. Sophisticated weaponry and technologies are a constant subject of the ancient texts, and author J.L. Thompson incorporates that unwieldy knowledge into The Coming Flood novel series to demonstrate the global path of destruction pursued for over 1,000 years by those who knew God, but rejected Him and his chosen emissaries.
Trees of the Garden relates the original explanations of the relationships between humans, Gods (or Elohim), angels, and the Watchers, the enigmatic beings of ancient literature. It also provides explanations about fallen angels, demons and Satan, and how these beings utilize lies and sophistry to recruit and undermine humanity.
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