Emily Nordhagen Sandico describes the origins of Thaxton’s book, which had such an influence on Stephen Meyer, William Dembski, Phillip Johnson, and others.
There’s no discernible agenda other than enjoying good books. They promise “Reviews shorter than books.” That’s a concept.
The year 1859, when Darwin changed the course of science and when John Brown rebelled and died, was a profound historical turning point.
What about the multiverse to explain the fine tuning of the laws and constants of physics? It is a solution of sorts, but it comes at a tremendous cost.
The novel is a narrative, fictional version of a philosophical anatomy of the satanic dimension and implication of much modern history from 1914 onwards.