Bethany Beach, DE (Vocus/PRWEB) February 11, 2011
The quest for the discernment of the divine metaphor in Psalm 43:4, “Introibo ad altare Dei” (I will go in and unto the altar of God), unfolds in this tale intriguingly woven by author E.M. Whyte. In his newly released book, Altar of God, readers will realize the unveiling of the theme that arises from the song of the Great Hebrew King David in Psalm 43:4.
Womanhood in this novel is celebrated in all its delightful sexuality and in all its wondrous mystique. In the novel, the protagonist priest, Jason Adams, consorts with whores and harlots and gives them comfort and dignity. He transforms an arrogant shrew into a saint to the benefit of hundreds of AIDS victims. And, he falls in love with an accomplished and pleasing woman. During the passionate consummation of that love, Jason discerns the divine metaphor in verse 4 of the Psalm and embraces the joy that the metaphor bestows.
Intricately written with a creative web of fiction and truths embedded within, Altar of God is a profound read that’s sure to stir readers’ minds, hearts, and beliefs. For more information on this book, log on to http://www.Xlibris.com.
Altar of God * by E.M. Whyte
Publication Date: September 20, 2010
Trade Paperback; $22.99; 175 pages; 978-1-4535-1652-2
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