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Favorite Christian Novel?

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Taliesin (Pendragon Cycle Series #1)  Do you have a favorite Christian novel?  It is tough to pinpoint one for me.  Perhaps, it is Taliesin by Stephen Lawhead or one of the many great novels by Stephen Bly.

 

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Re: Favorite Christian Novel?

I haven't read many Christian books but I did pick up a series I really liked called "Binding of the blade" I never got to finish the series because the library only had 3 out of 5. Grrrrrrr.
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Re: Favorite Christian Novel?

The Collectibles  by James J. Kaufman

 

This didn't get classified as a "Christian" novel because James refused to suppress some of the swear words he felt helped define some of his characters, but if you can put up with that, buy and read this novel.  It is a wonderful statement of the what is important in life -- and that both productive work and ecomonic considerations as well as people in the larger world are important to defining whom we can be. 

 

Read it and pass it along to someone else.  There may still be $1.99 ebook version available.  Check it out if you have an ereader.

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Re: Favorite Christian Novel?


Peppermill wrote:

The Collectibles  by James J. Kaufman

 

This didn't get classified as a "Christian" novel because James refused to suppress some of the swear words he felt helped define some of his characters, but if you can put up with that, buy and read this novel.  It is a wonderful statement of the what is important in life -- and that both productive work and ecomonic considerations as well as people in the larger world are important to defining whom we can be. 

 

Read it and pass it along to someone else.  There may still be $1.99 ebook version available.  Check it out if you have an ereader.


This is a great choice Pepper.