Saving Tomorrow

I am not going to tell you that the church whatever our beliefs or science have lied to you, but apparently they have. I have said from the beginning that man is as old as the Tree of Life from the Bible and other texts. However, we do not know how long that tree existed. Every few years we discover that ‘man’ is much older than we ever imagined. Scholars have yet to rectify what we all know, and here is a prime example:

As the years go by we all find that man is much older than scientists and the Bible say:

Cave paintings up to 40 thousand years old.

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2 thoughts on “Saving Tomorrow

  1. Steven Fritchie

    This is a great book dealing with a time in Earth’s history that is rarely, if ever, talked about. The location is the Supercontinent of Pangeae and the characters are from all different societies. The main character is a boy who has an unusual talent with animals. After being exiled from his tribe, he and some friends find themselves meeting new people and seeing new ways of life.
    Remmy brings his own brand of humor to his characters as well as challenging the reader to think about what our education system has taught us about ancient history.

  2. PaulM

    I really enjoyed this book. It does make you think how things were when there were dinosaurs roaming the Earth. This has humour and action with a good story – pretty much everything you come to expect from Remmy.

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