MEADVILLE, Pa. (PRWEB) April 13, 2020
“Waters of Home”: a brilliant novel that gives explanation to the unanswered questions from the Scripture told through the life of a bright scholar-warrior who was called to the nativity. “Waters of Home” is the creation of published author D’rch Frog, a retiree of the US Navy. He now lives in Northwest Washington state where he and his wife have operated an outreach to the homeless since 2006, feeding the hungry souls weekly to encourage faith and commitment.
Frog shares, “Please enjoy this fictional attempt to answer one of many historical questions that arise from Scripture. Have you ever wondered who the Magi were that visited the Christ child, giving gifts to Mary and Joseph shortly after Jesus’s birth? How did the Magi know where the child was to be born? How did they find the child after their travels from a land hundreds of miles away?
“This fiction is an attempt at answering some of the questions that arise from Scripture. The answers are surprising to the non-historian and will be intriguing to the reader as Antagion grows and develops into a warrior, a scholar, and finally, a participant in the nativity.
“The setting for the story begins in ancient Persia. The land is ruled by a king, a real historical figure. There was intrigue in the court of the Parthian empire. King Phraatises IV leads to war with the Roman empire. In an attempt to coopt the king, the Roman emperor sends a female slave to beguile him. Phraatises V is born to the couple, and through a fluke, an orphan child is presented and is named a brother to the royal baby. Sibling rivalry drives the story into warrior training and foul murder.
“Please join in this journey with Antagion; orphan, prince, king’s guard, warrior, servitor to the King of kings, and story weaver.”
Published by Christian Faith Publishing, D’rch Frog’s new book is an interesting narrative that will enlighten the readers of some answers to the historical confusions that others have of the Scripture. Here in this story that firstly takes place in Ancient Persia, readers will find Antagion’s journey a wonder.
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Consumers can purchase “Waters of Home” at traditional brick & mortar bookstores, or online at Amazon.com, Apple iTunes store, or Barnes and Noble.
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