Friday, May 28, 2010

The Last Christian: A Book Review


The Last Christian by David Gregory is an anytime fiction . . . not just for summer vacation.  This book, though it contains familiar futuristic concepts as current movies, would quite frankly make a good date night movie. 

Imagine emerging from a remote jungle village, only to find out that you were the last believer in Jesus Christ.  The modern world is nothing you could have prepared yourself for . . . confusing, complex, and impersonal.  Defining reality is even a gray area. 

And you are supposed to start a revival in the land that once worshiped the Lord . . . and land that was founded on Biblical principals – America.

However, there is one twist.  Science has had a breakthrough (kind of.)  The possibility of eternal life on earth is now an option. 

Will you accept the challenge?

Read the book to find out what character, Abigail Caldwell decides to do.

Feel free to watch the trailer for The Last Christian.  This book was provided for review by the WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group.

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