No Ordinary Nothing

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Xulon Press, Incorporated, 2008 - Fiction - 444 pages
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The good-looking, beloved Father Alexander Vanos has served his church and community well. But he's no ordinary priest. Many things nagged him; he questions centuries old church policies and asks the they line up with biblical doctrine? Thus begins his quest for truth, leading to a life-changing decision that ultimately drives a wedge between mother and son. But an 'incidental' meeting with a black Protestant female will dramatically change the course of their lives. Will he choose love, or devotion to God? Can he have both? Will she do the unthinkable? Described as a 'modern day Martin Luther', a 'Mr. Radical' by some, Father Vanos is chosen by God to join a special group of people and embarks on an extraordinary journey, one that threatens the boundaries of family relations, and ultimately...challenges Rome. This is the first book for author Margie Benson, which she says developed through divine inspiration, and a love for the truth of the Word. Single, and the mother of three grown sons, she makes her home in Columbia, South Carolina.

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