A Lecturer Shares His Spiritual 'Journey To Beyond The Tombs'
"Having been but a tiny piece of rock, taken out of all sorts of men's paradises, I was taught lots of things by YHVH, God of the Ancient Hebrews, under his Sovereign Rulership during my three-and-a-half-year stay on Pulau Galang, the Blue Paradise's Gate." 'Beyond the Tombs' is a three-book compilation of previous works by David Kolzion, a former university lecturer in the late Republic of Vietnam, then a refugee in Indonesia, and now a naturalized Australian. 'The Voice of God's Rock' tells of his thirty-year spiritual journey from Vietnam through Indonesia to Australia; 'Memoir 1975-2005' provides fully intriguing historical details to that journey; And 'As the wind blowing' forms the appropriate closure for the whole. 'Beyond the Tombs' becomes the 'spiritual concerto' to those 'children risen out of rocks for Abraham' amidst this postmodern world of political intrigue, military violence, and global terrorism - leading them to the 'enlightening fulfillment'.