The Mark: The Beast Rules the World - Chapters One and Two Summary & Analysis

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Chapters One and Two Summary

The Mark: The Beast Rules the World is the story of Nicholae Carpathia's attempt to rule the entire planet and the resistance led by a few who believe in Christ. The book begins with a speech by Carpathia, pledging that he will not tolerate those who have called him the Antichrist. David Hassid is one of the Christians and the first chapter begins with David listening to a speech by Carpathia in Babylon. David has known Carpathia for some time, realizes that there's an incredible difference in the man. It will soon be revealed that Carpathia was stabbed in the head in a previous book and was dead for three days before rising again. As David looks at Carpathia, he recognizes a man who is indwelt by Satan. David says that Carpathia stares at him in such...

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