Betrayal

Betrayal

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by Randall Arthur
     
 

From the author of the best-selling novel Wisdom Hunter comes this new page-turner. When an American missionary serving in Sweden mysteriously disappears, his wife's shocking discovery turns her world, her family and her faith upside down. This novel dramatically illustrates the destructive pattern of betrayal that often occurs in the body of Christ.  See more details below

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From the author of the best-selling novel Wisdom Hunter comes this new page-turner. When an American missionary serving in Sweden mysteriously disappears, his wife's shocking discovery turns her world, her family and her faith upside down. This novel dramatically illustrates the destructive pattern of betrayal that often occurs in the body of Christ.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780849937385
Publisher:
Nelson, Thomas, Inc.
Publication date:
06/04/1999
Pages:
416
Product dimensions:
5.47(w) x 8.43(h) x 1.11(d)

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Betrayal 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I thought Betrayal was a wonderful book. We have talked about legalistic churches but I did not realize just how abusive and judgemental they could be. I know my church will always be there for me to remind me that God and they will always love me no matter what. I loved the way the author handled the fate of Clay McCain. It lets me know that no matter how bad things seem God is always with me and always knows what is in my heart.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book clearly gives insight to what religious fanatics can do to people. This book holds your interests and each character is portrayed so you want to know the outcome of their plight. Enlightening from beginning to end. Very good. Highly recommended.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book should be required reading for ministers, especially those who engage in legalistic teaching. I couldn't put the book down hardly until I got through reading it all. The characters are engaging and the plot moves at a quick pace. The only downpoints were that the story jumped ahead five years at one point and I was really looking forward to seeing how Jason Faircloth and his congregation helped Rachel McCain overcome the hurt that her former church put on her. I was also disappointed at the way that the fate of Clay McCain was handled. I feel there should have been a better sense of closure. Otherwise, awesome reading! I recommend it, especially to those who may have been hurt or disillusioned by church members who didn't extend the true grace of Christ that we should attempt to extend as Christians.