25 Years to the Unthinkable is a harrowing fictional journey into a disturbing future for American Christians. At the time of the writing of this short novel, the football protests were costing the NFL many dollars in ticket sales and lost advertising revenues. The premise of the novel is a billionaire team owner blames right wing Christians for destroying his dreams of greatness and vows revenge, plunging America into a twenty-five year downward spiral of political corruption and propaganda aimed at Christians who stand on Biblical principles. This novel takes you into the lives of a dedicated group of twenty-first century Christians. They must band together for support and protection or face being eaten by lions in the old football stadiums. Considering current levels of hatred and animosity that exist towards Christians who try to follow Bible based beliefs, it leaves one wondering if things really could deteriorate this far in the next twenty-five years. If you like a book that takes you to the edge of your seat and beyond as you become invested in the lives of the characters, then this book is for you.
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About the Author
Paul Johnston Sr. is an American author and poet who writes primarily fiction from a Christian perspective. The language is always mild although topics can cover some pretty gritty areas of life. His earlier works were all done in a simple screenplay format, but his last several books have been written as novels. The characters are often seen in some very dire straits, but the reader normally finds a Hallelujah moment at the end. Mr. Johnston was born in the small village, Frenchburg, Kentucky, but moved to the Middletown, Ohio, area when he was just seven years old. He is an honors graduate of both Middletown High School and Miami University, Oxford, Ohio.