(PRWEB) August 9, 2005
It seems whenever we turn on our televisions, we are bombarded with stories about the sexual abuse and/or misconduct of a priest and clergyman against innocent victims. Due to the high number of abuse cases being reported today, US religious leaders are going through one of the most traumatic periods in religious history. In his timely new novel, A Huddle for Righteousness (AuthorHouse, May 2005, $12.95 paperback, 1-4208-1587-3), Marsh Reggie White presents a dramatic and creative story involving a PriestÂs fall from grace and GodÂs justice for him and, ultimately, for us all.
A Huddle for Righteousness is a narrative taken from the lives of biblical characters from Hebrews Chapter 11, and the hall of fame of faith. It involves a court room scene played out in heaven whereby Joshua, a High Priest, has been caught in a sinful act by Satan. God presides over the proceedings, Satan is the prosecuting attorney, and the Angel of Jehovah is the defense counsel. As both attorneys give moving and challenging arguments for and against Joshua, there is a Âhuddle for righteousÂ as the audience sits patiently awaiting GodÂs verdict for Joshua; a verdict which in essence will affect the lives of all mankind.
Earthy and spiritual in style, Marsh Reggie WhiteÂs writing seeks to bring a new perspective and enlightenment on teachings from the Bible.
Praise for A Huddle for Righteousness . . .
ÂMarsh has a very friendly and comfortable way of telling a story that made me feel as if I was sitting across from him at the kitchen table . . . The book is a beautiful picture of the meaning of
grace. Huddle for Righteousness is easy reading and I found it entertaining.Â -- Lynne Chapman, BellaOnline.com Christian Living Editor
ÂMarsh White has been living this book for decades. ItsÂ contents comes form a Âpure heartÂ a clear conscience and a sincere faith. Reggie is one of the most unique, admirable, amazing men in America. He carried the football powerfully for the New York Giants, now he carries the torch of Christ. This book is one more Marsh White touchdown.Â -- Dr. Joe White, President, Kanakuk Kamps
ÂBased on the Biblical teachings from Genesis to Revelation, Marsh parlays his professional experience as a disciplined athlete to tell a compelling story of righteousness before God." -- Adam McGill, DMagazine-Frontburner
About the Author
A native Texan, Marsh ÂReggieÂ White is a former professional football player who was called to mission work later in life. After graduating from the Univeristy of Arkansas, where he was integral in breaking the schoolÂs color barrier, he was drafted by the New York Giants in 1975 and later played for the Detroit Lions. After his retirement from football, he worked as banker in Fayetteville, Arkansas, before attending Dallas Theological Seminary where he earned his masterÂs degree in 1990. A short term international missionary, Marsh currently resides in Rowlett, Texas.
Mr. White is available for online events, interviews, conference discussion calls, book signings, speaking engagements, and literary events.
A Huddle for Righteousness
by Marsh Reggie White
AuthorHouse, May 2005, $12.95
EDITORS: For review copies, please contact:
Promotional Services Department
800-839-8640, ext. 5244
(Please provide a street address for review copies)