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by Susan Claire Potts
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Action & Adventure
  • Author:
    Susan Claire Potts
  • ISBN:
    0595373909
  • ISBN13:
    978-0595373901
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  • Publisher:
    iUniverse, Inc. (February 14, 2006)
  • Pages:
    270 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Action & Adventure
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    1181 kb
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    1545 kb
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    1679 kb
  • Rating:
    4.1
  • Votes:
    315
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Burning Faith ". Susan Claire Potts.

The Catholics knew him as Antichrist. Burning Faith ". Stores ▾. Audible Barnes & Noble Walmart eBooks Apple Books Google Play Abebooks Book Depository Alibris Indigo Better World Books IndieBound. Paperback, 272 pages.

Burning Faith Quotes Showing 1-1 of 1. we all die, and the length of our life has been set before the earth was formed. Sometimes God takes the little ones to keep the eyes of the rest of the family on Heaven. They will never forget where this road leads if one of their own has already come to the end of it. ― Susan Claire Potts, Burning Faith. tags:, god-s-plan, sorrow, life.

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Are you sure you want to remove Burning Faith from your list? Burning Faith. by Susan Claire Potts. Published July 1, 1995 by Avila Books.

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Susan Bones (b. 1979/1980) was a half-blood witch and a Hufflepuff student at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry from 1991-1998. She was a member of the prominent Bones family, a family with strong connections to the Ministry of Magic. Susan's entire family, including her grandparents, uncle, aunt, and cousins were all murdered personally by Lord Voldemort during the First Wizarding War, and her other aunt Amelia Bones was murdered by Voldemort in July of 1996.

Priest says the public destruction of ‘evil’ items, including JK Rowling’s books and Buddhist figurines, was not intended to condemn specific authors or religions. A priest in northern Poland who led a public burning of books that included Harry Potter titles and other evil items parishioners wanted destroyed has apologised. Father Rafał Jarosiewicz called the burning of objects thought to be connected to magic and the occult, and deemed by their owners to be an evil force, unfortunate

The Saga of the People of Holy Martyrs Continues in the sequel to Glory of the Olive "Fr. Riley motioned that it was time to leave, and she stood up reluctantly. They were not allowed to stay for the interment. It was forbidden. There were a great many things they were not allowed to do since the rise of Yeshue ben Dan, the emperor of the world, the man who called himself the King of Kings, the Anointed One The Catholics knew him as Antichrist." From Burning Faith Susan Claire Potts

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I first 'met' the characters in the book 'Glory of the Olive.' I enjoyed that book so much that I had to find out 'what happened next.' I wasn't disappointed. The story was so exciting that I put it down reluctantly when I had to do chores, or cook dinner.
This book is about Traditional Catholics who live their lives with faith, courage, and humor. Their examples even bring others into the fold. Their 'burning faith' is what helps them to deal with the time of tribulation. I only hope that I can be as strong and courageous when that time comes.
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While it might be tempting to dismiss Burning Faith by Claire Potts as another end of the world book, closer examination would prove otherwise. While the book builds on the previous work , Glory of the Olive, you don't have to read that one to enjoy this one (though you would be glad you did ). The reader quickly gets to know the characters of the story and would be hard pressed not to find one with a life parallel to one's own. Unlike the many stories today dealing with the last days the book is not "far out" but frighteningly accurate as the more radical forces of the liberal left wage war on the few left who value the word of God and follow it. While it is somewhat like the Pat Robertson book of a few years ago the characters in this book have a much more desperate mission as they struggle through the last days. Their "burning faith" puts them on a collision course with fate and holds the reader to the edge of his seat as he follows each character through daily life struggles that may soon be our own.