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All three books in the Chiveis Trilogy are now available as a complete set.
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About the Author
Bryan M. Litfin (PhD, University of Virginia) is professor of theology at Moody Bible Institute in Chicago, Illinois. He is the author of the Chiveis Trilogy and several other books. Bryan and his wife, Carolyn, have two children.
What People are Saying About This
“Theologian and scholar Bryan Litfin has accomplished a rare feat—he has fashioned a land and time unique to any reader’s experience.”
—Jerry B. Jenkins, author, The Left Behind series
“Ever wonder about a world with an ‘almost-absence’ of God? Theologian turned ‘futurist’ Bryan Litfin provides us a compelling tale of the endurance of God’s amazing love—even to a distant remnant.”
—Mark Elfstrand, Executive Producer/Host, Morning Ride, Moody Radio, Chicago, Illinois
“Litfin draws readers into an evocative post-apocalyptic world, where the true faith is emerging from the ashes of the past—a faith the enemy is intent on destroying. A suspenseful story, skillfully woven with characters who risk their lives for loyalty, honor, and truth.”
—C. S. Lakin, author, Someone to Blame and The Wolf of Tebron
“A captivating narrative that journeys into the discovery of a living religion that seems lost and unrecoverable, this tale imagines how a sovereign God might reveal its mysteries anew. Any lover of theology and Western history would enjoy watching believers uncover lost symbols and writings, piecing together the greatest paradoxes of the faith in the drama of a fictional narrative. Action, conspiracy, romance, and faith combine in a tale depicting how the treasured beliefs of Christianity might first appear to a generation that had never seen its wonders.”
—W. Brian Shelton, Vice President for Academic Affairs, Toccoa Falls College
“Few authors touch my heart so deeply that all of their books make my favorites list, but Bryan Litfin has done it with this series.”
—Michelle Sutton, author, Letting Go and It's Not About Me
“Pulling us into the future to reveal the past, Bryan Litfin’s great what-if story discovers instead what is, laying bare the tendencies of the human soul, the strategies of our adversary, and the gentle sovereignty of the eternal God. In the Chiveis Trilogy, discovering truth is as exciting as discovering love, for, as Litfin skillfully portrays, they are one and the same.”
—Amy Rachel Peterson, author, Perpetua: A Bride, A Martyr, A Passion