This new novel, which has unity as its theme, sheds light on sins of misuse and abuse that have fragmented Christianity; in other words, a lack of love.
GREENVILLE, Miss. –
(PRWEB) April 09, 2013 -- When the unexpected death of a patient during routine surgery shakes a medical resident’s faith, it sets in motion eye-opening experiences that lead to different views and changed perceptions of Christ’s church for two families. This new novel, which has unity as its theme, sheds light on sins of misuse and abuse that have fragmented Christianity; in other words, a lack of love. In focusing on a faith based on exclusion rather than inclusion, the characters fail to live Christ’s message of unity in God’s family.
In “The Christian Anatomy at a Glance,” resident Daniel Stephens visits the bereaved husband’s home and comes away with a realization that faith can unlock the door to God’s grace. He and Justin begin to talk and eventually their two families meet, hitting it off immediately. A decade later – and after experiencing more health trials – the families remain friendly. Attending a Promise Keepers conference with thousands of other men, including Justin, Daniel feels God speaking directly to him. Retirement allows Daniel and his wife to travel and worship at different churches, revealing the flaws in church law.
Exploring the visible church allows the couple to experience the invisible church and become more forgiving and understanding. That understanding of unity and its role in Christianity gains a boost from an inspirational speaker who will soon join their family. This moving story, as the author writes in the introduction, aims to encourage Christian readers “to be less judgmental of (Christianity’s) different parts and to be more accepting of each one individually and collectively, with love being the primary uniting factor.”
Author Doyle Mosley, a self-employed manufacturer of machined components for river- and ocean-going vessels, has traveled around the world performing on-site specialty machining projects in China, Africa, South Central and North America, Bahrain, Doha and Japan. Mosley studied ordinance with the U.S. Navy at Charleston Naval Shipyard. He’s been a Christian since boyhood, and he and his wife, Linda, have been married more than 52 years. They have four children and 10 grandchildren.
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The Christian Anatomy at a Glance
Dog Ear Publishing
ISBN: 978-1-4575-1683-2 68 pages $10.99 US
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