Dr Wesley B Rose
Book Title: Fallen Angels: Giants, UFO Encounters and the New World Order
Author: Kim Quaterman
Fallen Angels is one of the very best works I have read on this subject. From primitive cave drawings that were interpreted as images of space visitors to a gaggle of theories on extraterrestrials, theories, speculations, and just sheer imagination, the multimedia have bombarded us ready to welcome any or all information that challenges the truth revealed to us in Genesis. In truth some of the fantastic ideas expounded on aliens, life on other planets, and of course visitations by aliens, have found their way into mainstream thinking at one level or another. Just the term UFO brings many images and thoughts to the young and the old alike. However, this imposition of science fiction (for true science would be able to demonstrate or show proof of such preposterous thinking) has unfortunately affected most people of today. It is fortunate for us that the author here presented (for us to enjoy) the type of thinking and sound conclusions that deserve recognition. It is so very difficult to find flaws in his reasoning and which is only surpassed by his knowledge of scripture. I would call Kim Quaterman an apologist in his own right with premises and thoughts that not only make sense but agree with the only source ever that is incontrovertible as the source of truth – indeed the only book ever written that is filled with nothing but truth straight from God.
The book takes a no nonsense look at the much publicized theories and testimonials about a subject that is confusing at best for the average person and poisonous to the Christian world-view, and delineates the real answers for what “alien visits” really are. Even more, wonderfully lucid explanation is given for how any why things such as witchery began. Many topics that have been tossed about debated and argued about for millennia are simply laid open to intelligent inspection and critique. And, unlike many so called scientific claims and theories, does not stop with finding the flaws in an argument but also provides answers based on critical thought and, well, (to most Christians) common-sense Biblical knowledge. Indeed this is one of the best treatments on this misunderstood subject that simply offers the most tangible and coherent explanations; a wok that Christians should read and discuss with friends and family. It underscores the need to teach others the truth and place far-fetched theories where they belong. Thank you for having the fortitude to meet delusion and anti-Christian philosophy head on. The term apologist is most applicable as is intelligent insight.
— Dr Ley