Books of Love and Faith

David Kovach has released two eBooks;one is a novel and one is a nonfiction work that addresses the accuracy of the Book of Daniel. A Reluctant Truce, is a romantic comedy that takes place in New York City. but ends at a college campus far from NYC. The nonfiction work is entitled Daniel and The Tribulation: Three Kings, Three Edicts, One Week Still to Come. Details on each book are shown below. Both books are available on Amazon.com as eBooks.

 

A Reluctant Truce

Janel Langley wanted to go to college. She wanted a university that was affordable, far away from her family in Manhattan and highly rated by the media industry for its Graphic Design Department. She also needed a school that was the last place on earth that Justin Sanders would attend. 

 

Justin Sanders wanted to go to college. He wanted a university that was affordable, far away from his family in Manhattan and highly rated by the architectural industry for its Architecture Department. He also wanted a school that was the last place on earth that Janel Langley would attend. 

 

With a little help, fate found their school. Read A Reluctant Truce and watch as Janel and Justin are rudely introduced to fate and forgiveness. 

 

Targeted audience: Romantic comedy fans.

Age appropriateness: 12 to 92.

 

Available at Amazon here.

Daniel and The Tribulation:

Three Kings, Three Edicts, One Week Still to Come

 

Daniel 9:24-27 has intrigued author David Kovach for several years. The usual explanation of combining the 7 and 62 weeks in verse 25 to make a single 69-week period seemed contrived. Thus, Dave investigated both Scripture and other evidences for a more natural explanation. The result is the book Daniel and The Tribulation which looks at the fulfillment of these two time periods as well as examining Scripture for the coming fulfillment of Daniel's 70th week. 

 

In this book we examine:
 

  • Which King gave the command to rebuild Jerusalem. 
  • How the 7 'weeks' (49 years) were precisely fulfilled. 
  • How the 62 'weeks' (434 years) were precisely fulfilled. 
  • What a likely scenario for the coming last 'week' (7 years) will look like. 
  • Historical and celestial data, as well as the works of the historian Josephus, are involved in determining the fulfillment of Scripture. 
  • Possible dates are proposed for:
  1. the birth of Christ, 
  2. the visit of the Magi, and 
  3. the crucifixion of Jesus.

 

Available at Amazon here.