M. D Roberts

Helpful votes received on reviews: 81% (122 of 150)
Location: Gwent, United Kingdom

The subjects which interest me most include the Middle East, it's tragic history, it's future and the Holocaust. Many years having been devoting to the study of these areas.

Having a military history behind me, I am also very interested in that doma… Read more


Top Reviewer Ranking: 71,901 - Total Helpful Votes: 122 of 150
The Serpent of Paradise: The Incredible Story of H&hellip by Erwin W. Lutzer
Initial reservations about this book disappeared as I began an exhaustive study of this extremely well written presentation which left me with an undeniable conviction that it should be required reading for every Christian.
A comment on the rear cover of my copy descries the book as a "veritable treasury of Biblical insight". I am in wholehearted agreement with such a statement although having some minor disagreements with some of the personal views that are contained.
The reader is provided with an in depth study of the fall of Lucifer (the devil/Satan) with insights into the latter's character, his limitations as a "created being" together with his purposes… Read more
War in Heaven: God's Epic Battle with Evil by Derek Prince
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
The book describes that although the Holy Bible tells us everything that we need to know for our spiritual benefit, it leaves many questions open to interpretation. Some of these issues are discussed in this book.
In relation to some of these questions the author provides his own personal interpretation of Scripture which is cited as being based upon the result of study, meditation, prayer and practical experience.
Some individual readers may disagree with the writer's own views but that should not detract from such an excellent work which should in my own opinion be required reading on this particular subject.
From the rebellion of the Adamic/human race in the Garden of Eden… Read more
Death as Way of Life: Israel Ten Years After Oslo by David Grossman
The very real suffering of both Israelis and Palestinians permeate the pages of this book and for that it is to be commended. Comprising some 34 articles surrounding the ongoing conflict, this study approaches the issue from a left-wing and a solely, secular stance which clearly hopes for a man-made, peaceful co-existence between the two sides.
However, I found the book to be considerably frustrating at times as I discovered an extremely inaccurate perception of both "Palestinian" and Israeli history where little relevance or importance is placed upon the Jewish heritage to the Land as outlined in the Hebrew-Christian Scriptures, as well as what fundamental Islam has declared in… Read more