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B&H Publishing Group, 2007 - Fiction - 247 pages
2 Reviews

The only one who saw it coming was the one who could not see.

In Blindsided, long esteemed author Calvin Miller unleashes a modern
thriller with provocative elements of the supernatural. When a Muslim
terrorist group infiltrates Seattle through the city's homeless population
and plots to blow up a stadium during a Christian men's rally, only a
blind priest and his pet wolf (and maybe a lady who talks to the
prophet Isaiah in her dreams) know how to miraculously stop the
disaster from happening.

Always one to playfully challenge his readers with wildcard characters
and great dialogue along the path to making a profound point about
a serious issue, Miller's greater message has to do with how to bring a
peaceful end to war.


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User Review  - Linda Cole -

It wasn't the subject matter that bothered me about this book. It was just too simplistic in its approach. There was no depth in the development of its characters or the story line or even spiritually. I couldn't even finish it. I was bored. Read full review

User Review  - Aaron Lindsey -

Take a bunch of terrorists, a blind and supernatural priest, his seeing-eye-wolf, a witch, a female preacher, some homeless and a bunch of other characters and throw them into a terror plot....That's ... Read full review

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About the author (2007)

Calvin Miller is a favorite author of longstanding acclaim best-known for his classic, The Singer, among other celebrated works on the life of Jesus. He is also professor of preaching at Beeson Divinity School, Samford University, in Birmingham, Alabama.

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