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Book details
  • Genre:FICTION
  • SubGenre:Christian / Fantasy
  • Language:English
  • Pages:214
  • eBook ISBN:9781483532936

A New and Perfect Planet

by Denisa Claris Cooke

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Overview
Have you ever imagined what it would be like to live in a world without sin? What kind of people would that kind of world need? Would they all be people that had a faith so strong that they didn't ever sin, or would that be impossible? Perhaps they would be people that could not sin because they didn't have the ability to do so. What if there is a planet out there where people do not have "free will" and therefore cannot make sinful choices? Would it be a relief to know that you can't sin, or would giving up the ability to make choices be too much of a sacrifice in order to avoid sinning? This story is about just such a planet, where the inhabitants cannot sin and have very limited "free will". They don't mind, however, as they don't realize that they ever had "free will". At least most of them don't realize it - but a few of them do.
Description
Have you ever imagined what it would be like to live in a world without sin? What kind of people would that kind of world need? Would they all be people that had a faith so strong that they didn't ever sin, or would that be impossible? Perhaps they would be people that could not sin because they didn't have the ability to do so. What if there is a planet out there where people do not have "free will" and therefore cannot make sinful choices? Would it be a relief to know that you can't sin, or would giving up the ability to make choices be too much of a sacrifice in order to avoid sinning? This story is about just such a planet, where the inhabitants cannot sin and have very limited "free will". They don't mind, however, as they don't realize that they ever had "free will". At least most of them don't realize it-but a few of them do. Gloria is one of the humans that does have memory of earth and a past life. However, she has two children that do not have any memory of their past life on earth, so Gloria must not ever say anything to them about this past of she could lose her children or ever die.
About the author
Denisa Claris Cooke started writing at the age of 78 and has completed five books. She lives on the Western slope of Colorado in a small mountain village. Denisa lives alone but close to two of her children.
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