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   Eden in Limbo: A Three Act Play in Spirit

Eden in Limbo: A Three Act Play in Spirit
by Jan Peregrine

Category: Fiction / General
144 pages; ISBN: 1-58348-395-0

Rating: 8/10  (Ratings explained)
Reviewer: Paul Lappen

Review

This is a spiritual novel about God`s holy spirit in us temporarily taking human form and interacting with a very diverse group of people. He helps a Native American, a gay couple, a Hindi couple and a questioning Christian to find the answers on their own with a little guidance from Him.

God wants people to think for themselves, to be inspired by the spirit within them, and not to expect Him to tell them what to do. When praying, saying what a person wants to say is better than saying it the "right" way. It`s up to people to do what they can with their lives created by His holy spirit. All religious books are full of stories to symbolize the truth of how people have related to God, themselves and others. Homosexuality isn`t a condition or behavior that needs "adjusting" before that person is worthy of eternal life.

Those who consider religion/spirituality an important part of their lives would be well advised to read this book. It`s short, but it says a lot, and is quite thought-provoking.

 

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