The Last Christian: A novel Paperback – 10 Jun 2010
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About the Author
Before writing his first book, David Gregory pursued a successful ten-year career in compensation management. After a decade of spreadsheets,however, David returned to graduate school, where he began creative writing in the form of two short screenplays. He then joined a Christian ministry as staff writer and editor where he coauthored two nonfiction books, The Marvelous Exchange and The Rest of the Gospel: When the Partial Gospel Has Worn You Out. During his second master's degree from Dallas Theological Seminary, David began writing fiction. His first book was the bestselling DINNER WITH A PERFECT STRANGER.
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Top Customer Reviews
I found this an exciting page-turner of a book, but one that also made me think about what our lives are for. It's well worth reading.
It's 2088 and reason, science and technology have developed significantly to leave Christianity and other religions behind. But there's something about Abby that's different, and intriguing. She has something that others don't.
Well researched and paced thriller, genuine page turner, with insights into future developments and the role of faith. And a fascinating take on 'life' and what it means, especially from a Christian perspective, though it's neither heavy handed nor a Bible bash.
It's 2088 and Abby Caldwell comes out of the Jungle where her parents were missionarys to find that the Christian faith was long ago abandoned in America. Concepts such as forgiveness for sin no longer resonate because people no longer believe in sin. Science rules and is on the verge of abolishing even death for the majority of the population. But strange things are happening, some people are getting unusual dreams and Abby's return to "civilisation" attracts both curiosity and a desire in some to murder her.
Blending science fiction, stimulating debate and a good old fashioned thriller, this is a great book that I really enjoyed.
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It is a feasible circumstance in Western Society, aggressive neo - athethism and secularism is running a misinformed campaign against the Christian faith. Read morePublished on 28 Jan. 2013 by Solo explorer
Throughout the book, the author presents (via his characters) very persuasive arguments as to why religion is a man-made myth. Read morePublished on 28 Nov. 2012 by ferrocene