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Inhaltsangabe: The Verdict The Verdict picks up where The Debate, the second book of the EU trilogy in The Danny Carter Series, leaves off. Danny Carter has been removed from Enlightenment University for witnessing of his faith in Christ. He and his girlfriend, Karen, are devastated. Bradford Potts, lead elder of Berea Bible Church and lawyer extraordinaire, has filed for an injunction against the action of the university against his client, Danny Carter. Judge Abraham Goldstein grants a temporary injunction until a trial can be held on April 23. Due to great bungling by the defense team for EU, Danny wins a permanent injunction, which is subsequently overturned on an appeal to the First Circuit Appellant Court. Will the Supreme Court hear Danny's appeal since they only accept 1 in 50 cases? If they do, will they overturn the appellant court decision? What impact would this decision have on other Christian students in other universities and colleges? Not only is the courtroom drama in the book intriguing, but the sobering depiction of the price believers are increasingly called to pay is thought provoking. Beyond the courtroom drama, however, Danny and Karen also uncover some very disturbing facts about life in the high tech world. George Orwell never imagined anything like this. Yet all is not gloom and doom, as both Karen's sister and Danny's brother find their own soul mates. Finally, the book culminates in a pleasant surprise. Read, think, respond, and enjoy.
Über den Autor: Dr. James Lowther was born in Clarksburg, West Virginia in 1950. He has earned a BA in History with an anthropology minor from the U. of Md., an MA from Grace Theological Seminary in Christian School Administration, an MDiv from Capital Bible Seminary, and a PhD from Trinity Theological Seminary. He has been a school teacher, administrator, pastor, USAF Aux. chaplain, college instructor, and author. He is married to Jean Skow Lowther and they have five sons and six grandchildren.
Buchbeschreibung CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2013. Paperback. Buchzustand: Brand New. second edition. 258 pages. 9.00x6.00x0.59 inches. This item is printed on demand. Buchnummer des Verkäufers zk1484199448