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Church And State

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by Skip Coryell
 
It's the not-too-distant future, and in the wake of a nuclear terrorist attack, the President has signed the Freedom from Religion Act, which outlaws any public expression of religion. But what will the President do now that his wife and son are dead and he has converted to Christianity? Will he stand true to his newfound God, or will he buckle under political

Overview

It's the not-too-distant future, and in the wake of a nuclear terrorist attack, the President has signed the Freedom from Religion Act, which outlaws any public expression of religion. But what will the President do now that his wife and son are dead and he has converted to Christianity? Will he stand true to his newfound God, or will he buckle under political pressure? It was his lifelong dream to be President, but now he stands poised to lose it all, just for following the convictions of his heart.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780976608318
Publisher:
White Feather Press, LLC
Publication date:
06/01/2011
Pages:
359
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 8.40(h) x 1.00(d)
Age Range:
16 Years

Meet the Author

Skip Coryell now lives with his wife and children in Michigan. He works full time as a professional writer, and "Stalking Natalie" is his seventh published book. He is an avid hunter and sportsman who loves the outdoors. Skip is also a Marine Corps veteran and a graduate of Cornerstone University. Skip is the former Michigan State Director for Ted Nugent's organization. He has also served on the Board of Directors for Michigan Sportsmen against Hunger as well as Iowa Carry Inc. He is a Certified NRA Pistol Instructor and Range Safety Officer, teaching the Personal Protection in the Home Course for those wishing to obtain their Concealed Pistol Permits (www.mwtac.com). He also teaches Advanced Concealed Carry Classes for the more seasoned shooter. Skip is the President of White Feather Press and the co-owner of Midwest Tactical Training. Skip is the founder of the Second Amendment March (www.secondamendmentmarch.
com).

For more details on Skip Coryell, or to contact him personally,
go to his website at www.skipcoryell.com
(email: skip@whitefeatherpress.com).

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Church and State 2.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
MickMcArt More than 1 year ago
Have you ever wondered what would happen if the government finally ended the first amendment and declares it illegal to bring your faith out in public office? With so few followers in our government it is hard enough for God to give America any blessings at all. This book examines that through the eyes of President Dan Vermeulen and his own struggle with his faith. America has been nuked in multiple locations and the need for a courageous leader is upon us. But the fear of God is the beginning of wisdom, and this is where Dan's journey begins. He has many trials before him, but is it too late to save a dying country that has lost it's faith in God? This book was very hard to put down, likable characters, interesting storyline, and the pacing is wonderful. I like the chapter breaks, some are only 2 pages! It gives you a chance to switch out of the scene more clearly. I read all 360 pages of this book without hardly putting it down. I'm a busy individual and it's rare that I ever do this. Although this is a Christian-themed book I think a lot of non-believers will find it enjoyable also. It could also give them an idea about how Christians come to believe in the things they do and how they see the world in good or evil terms. Skip really seems to know his stuff and it shows not just in the characters knowledge of their firearms but in their attitudes in how they use them. It's refreshing to read a book where there is action and the author actually understands gun safety and usage. While I recommend this book highly I have to give a warning about this book also. It does tend to get on the steamy side of some of the characters. Some of scenes, with a character named Calley, become a little too graphic for my tastes. I would not want my wife reading any of these scenes. I really think they were unnecessary, I would have enjoyed the rest of the book without all the sexual descriptions, I thought maybe these descriptions were added for gravitas, but they really seemed out of place with the flow of the story. Skip has more books available in a variety of topics. I can't wait to check out more!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This novel is based on an absurdity -- the "Freedom From Religion Act," which forbids public expression of religion. We'd have to repeal the Freedom of Religion guarantee from the First Amendment in order to accomplish that, otherwise the Supreme Court would have such a law declared unconstitutional within half an hour of its being signed. The best fiction at least gives a semblance of reality and this doesn't. Moreover the author enforces the all-too-familiar stereotype of Middle Eastern Muslim = Terrorist = Middle Eastern Muslim. Obviously a brainwashed dittohead.