aYou are not where you once were.a Can we ever be sure that the world we know is all there is? Aerc may have found the key to a world unlike that which we have ever known: The worst pain imaginable. aThis is Caspall, where the dying meet the dead.a While in Caspall, Aerc meets a man with incredible power, Khepera. This man is worried about Aercas arrival and gives him an ultimatum: aJoin me, or die.a These words ring true as Aerc finds himself in the midst of a battle between good and evila]or is there such a thing as good and evil? Volpanix is the beast which has been freed upon the unsuspecting souls of Caspall. aVolpanix was more demon than I could ever have imagined.a Can Aerc defeat evil and make it back home?
The story of Charles Haddon Spurgeon's life is nothing less than titanic. Within 2 years and 6 months of accepting the pastorate of the New Park Street Chapel as a boy of 19, the Sunday service grew from 242 to over 7,000 in attendance. What can account for the meteoric rise in popularity? Why did so many wish to hear his sermons? It is the same reason why one ought to study the sermons of Spurgeon to this day: in a famished land of moralism, he preached the bread of Jesus Christ. Containing the first three volumes of the sixty-three volumes published from the Metropolitan Tabernacle pulpit, this book holds 164 sermons, 'as plump as a partridge, and as full of meat as an egg.' David A. Attebury is currently pursuing a Masters of Divinity from The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky.