by Michael Cordima


by Michael Cordima



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Something is happening in Washington State. In the midst of an electoral crisis, the U.S. Supreme Court has been forced to take action, using the judicial system to keep the peace until a new President can be appointed. In the chaos that ensues, thousands of Americans riot in the streets while unseen forces plot to destroy an ailing nation. As Seattle burns, one man is sent on a mission to uncover why a group of prosperity churches has retreated to northern Spokane, using a 3-D construction device to build a wall overnight, separating themselves from the rest of the world. Join a haunted journalist on his quest for answers, a believer on a mission to share the truth of the Gospel to any that have ears to hear, and a determined atheist who will stop at nothing to save his country, as he finds himself in the fight of his life while the future of the free world hangs by a thread called Interstate Five.

Melchizedek is a Christian novel that seeks to overcome cultural boundaries while explaining Christian principles through an entertaining and exciting narrative. Enter the world of a not too distant future full of new technologies, political intrigue and strange spiritual occurrences, while taking the opportunity to examine yourself and your faith (or lack thereof) and remember, Griefers gonna grief.

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BN ID: 2940162611615
Publisher: MSC Books
Publication date: 06/30/2020
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
File size: 6 MB

About the Author

Michael is a devoted Christian who has spent the majority of his adult life in the mission field. He enjoys helping churches and ministries become successful while challenging those involved to grow spiritually. He has a BA in History and an Associate degree in Christian Theology.

A former atheist, Michael has a heart to reach those who do not yet have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. He is not afraid to correct those in the church body who do not fully understand their impact on others outside of it but also strongly believes in pastoral authority when serving within.

Melchizedek is the first of several novels that the Lord has led him to write. The themes within, range from the dangers of prosperity based theology to the pitfalls of atheistic thinking while showing both believers and non-believers what it means to live as the Holy Spirit leads. His hope is that they will one day be looked upon as thoughtful examinations of the immense benefits that can come with knowing the King of Kings and Lord of Lords.

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