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God on Trial
Blasphemy, murder and the Lord don’t mix when religion and reason collide in court. This book is not for the feint of heart or the closed of mind.
5.5'' x 8.5''
, 372 pages
FICTION / Religious
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In the early evening of Sunday, Sister Mary, of the non-denominational Church of the Saved is murdered. The first of two murders. The same evening, David Stone, an atheist and teaching assistant in philosophy and epistemology, attends the Summer Sunday Sundown Services held at Jefferson Park in the City of Dicksburgh, presented by Pastor Maxentius Zeno Constantine. The police arrest David for blasphemy. He contends the State must first prove the existence of God in court, using the standard Rules of Evidence, before a conviction will stand. Blasphemy, murder and the Lord don’t mix when religion and reason collide in court. This book is not for the feint of heart or the weak of mind.
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