City of Allegory: The Immanuel City Saga [NOOK Book]

Overview

What does a nameless city, an underground mall, two competing soul-food restaurants and a dark family secret have to do with the Bible’s message? Maybe nothing; unless you’re living in the City of Allegory where everything is immeasurably more than what it seems.

This is a tale of love and loss; loyalty and betrayal; friendship and faith; mystery and metaphor—told in the ...
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City of Allegory: The Immanuel City Saga

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Overview

What does a nameless city, an underground mall, two competing soul-food restaurants and a dark family secret have to do with the Bible’s message? Maybe nothing; unless you’re living in the City of Allegory where everything is immeasurably more than what it seems.

This is a tale of love and loss; loyalty and betrayal; friendship and faith; mystery and metaphor—told in the style of Pilgrim’s Progress and The Chronicles of Narnia but with a modern urban twist.

In his second book, the two-time Grammy Nominated Christian rap artist/author Brady Goodwin, known for his creative concepts, word-play and storytelling, masterfully weaves theology and imagination into a classic cautionary tale. Never before has curling up with a good book felt so much like curling up with The Good Book.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013756588
  • Publisher: Urban Remix Project
  • Publication date: 1/6/2012
  • Series: City of Allegory , #1
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 512,170
  • File size: 115 KB

Meet the Author

Brady Goodwin is an author and co-founding member of the pioneering Christian rap group The Cross Movement with whom he was nominated for two Grammy Awards (2006 and 2008). He has traveled nonstop across the country and across the ocean for fourteen years speaking to youth and young adults about the integration of faith and culture. Fueled by a desire to see the faith and values of the older transmitted to his generation and those that follow, Brady has developed and taught character education in Philadelphia’s public schools since 2008. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Bible and Christian Service degree from Lancaster Bible College (2009). His first book, The Death of Hip Hop, Marriage & Morals was self-published in 2011.
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