A Man Called Blessed

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W Publishing Group, 2002 - Fiction - 356 pages
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One man holds the key to finding the ark of the covenant.

In this explosive sequel to Blessed Child, Rebecca Soloman leads a team deep into the Ethiopian desert to hunt the one man who may know the final resting place of the Ark of the Covenant. But Islamic fundamentalists fear that the Ark's discovery will compel Israel to rebuild Soloman's temple on the very site of their own holy mosque in Jerusalem.

They immediately dispatch Ismael, their most accomplished assassin, to pursue the same man, but the one in their sights is no ordinary man. His name is Caleb, and he is also on a quest--to find again the love he once embraced as a child.

The fate of a million souls rests in the hands of these three.

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User Review  - cbrwn92 - LibraryThing

This book was fascinating. As ever, Ted Dekker delivers a wonderful tale full of intrigue, good and evil, and plenty of Christ. Some of the best Christian fiction I have ever read. Read full review

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User Review  - nmaners - LibraryThing

Apparently, I picked up in the middle of a series as this is the first book I had read by the author. The book was still excellent as a stand alone read. Although a work of fiction, it gave new ... Read full review

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About the author (2002)

He is the founder & president of Campus Crusade for Christ International. He is the author of more than 50 books, including Come Help Change the World, The Coming Revival & the Secret. He & his wife reside in Orlando, Florida.

The son of missionaries, Ted Dekker grew up in the jungles of Indonesia. He returned to the United States to attend Evangel College, graduating with a religion and philosophy major. After several years in corporate marketing, he began writing books like Heaven's Wager. Ted and his wife live in the mountains of Colorado with their four children.

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