Deep Thunder

Deep Thunder

by Henry W. Coray

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Richard McAlpine moves into his first pastorate with bubbling confidence. But before long he discovers that this isn’t the Rose Parade. His church is split down the middle. Some of his congregation asks to continue their diet of liberalism. Others want more simplistic gospel messages. Richard finds himself somewhere in between.

Deep Thunder presents a stirring drama of faith versus emptiness. As Richard faces crises in his church, in his family, and in himself, he discovers he is paralyzed by his wishy-washy view of Christianity. He fails to come up with answers for others because he doesn’t know how to find them for himself.

Polio, alcoholism, suicide, love and a beautiful girl—these are facets of the fast-moving Deep Thunder. A book that shows opposing theologies at war with each other, it allows the reader to select the one he wants to defend.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780802492715
Publisher: Moody Publishers
Publication date: 01/01/1958
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 191
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

HENRY W. CORAY was born and reared in West Pittston, PA, in the heart of the anthracite region. He attended Wheaton College, and Princeton and Westminster Theological Seminaries. Following his three years in the pastorate in West Pittston, he spent one term as a missionary in Manchuria. The First Orthodox Presbyterian Church in Long Beach, CA, has also been one of Coray¿s places of service.

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