“...Look at the fig tree, and all the trees, when they are already budding, you see and know for yourselves that the summer is now near. So you also, when you see these things happening, know that the kingdom of God is near.” (Bible, Luke 21:29-30)In this book, I have consciously deliberated on the predominant question of the problem of evil and, with the help of the World Scriptures and with sound reasoning I have tried to solve this age old mystery. We are in the New Millennium. Currently, many great social transformations are taking place in our world. Most likely, these changes will help us find the true path for self-realization leading us all back to God. Therefore, I am sure this book would be of tremendous value to readers. Generally, process of regeneration is slow, it may last the whole millennium, nevertheless, it is imminent. The fact that the above said kingdom of God or “peace on earth” is the most desired objective of history, is the evidence of its being, not only non-mythical, but a realistic aspiration of God and man. Jesus, in the above Bible verse prompts us to recognize the seasons of our age.Anslie Abraham was born in a Christian family of Hindu back ground in India. After graduation there he served in the profession of mechanical engineering. In America he served as a missionary and a pastor of the Unification Church in Philadelphia for 20 years, a position from which he is now retired.
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