Gatekeepers

Gatekeepers

by Kobina Amissah Fynn
     
 
Set in a small coastal village in Ghana, "Gatekeepers" explores the coming of the World-Saviour of the end times from the perspective of six World Religions; demonstrates the essential oneness of the Religions; and makes a case for unity amongst the followers of these Religions in the search for this divine world Figure.

The story unfolds with the arrival, from the

Overview

Set in a small coastal village in Ghana, "Gatekeepers" explores the coming of the World-Saviour of the end times from the perspective of six World Religions; demonstrates the essential oneness of the Religions; and makes a case for unity amongst the followers of these Religions in the search for this divine world Figure.

The story unfolds with the arrival, from the US, of Kojo Apiata and his American wife, at his ancestral home of Bibiriba, on the shores of Ghana, for what was intended to be a short visit. Little did he imagine then, that he would be entrusted with the affairs of this remote community as the village Chief, and that those affairs would draw him slowly but inexorably into the vortex of a search for the Promised Redeemer of the end times, a search that was soon to widen to assume global dimensions...

The author, who is from Ghana, presently resides in East Timor with his wife and three children. "Gatekeepers" is his first novel.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781921574184
Publisher:
Zeus Publications
Publication date:
03/02/2009
Pages:
180
Product dimensions:
5.83(w) x 8.27(h) x 0.38(d)

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