Seeking Father Khaliq by William Peace

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I found this novel to be very inspiring. I highly recommend reading Seeking Father Khaliq especially to arm chair travelers who are interested in middle-eastern religion and politics from a spiritual perspective.
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Seeking Father Khaliq is a modern allegory about one man's search for spiritual fulfillment. Set in the Middle East, Philosophy Professor Kareem al-Busiri teaches at a prestigious Egyptian university.

The professor is persuaded to undertake important pilgrimages. He falls in love with a colleague, while attempting to manage mortal conflicts of values and ideology between his two sons.

Carefully researched and constructed, this dynamic story reflects the current religious, political, and social turmoil of the region.

Seeking Father Khaliq is unique in its Middle East setting, and its focus on Islam, as well as elements of Christianity and Judaism. The use of the jihadist conflict in Egypt as a surrogate for larger regional conflicts, the religious pilgrimages, and the resolution of inter-faith marriage issues are also highlighted.

William Peace grew up near Philadelphia and now resides in London. A retired business executive who has traveled extensively, he provides pro bono consulting to London charities. He is currently writing his eighth book, which is inspirational.

Publisher's website: http: //sbpra.com/WilliamPeace

 

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Published November 1, 2016 by Strategic Book Publishing & Rights Co.. 349 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences, Religion & Spirituality, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Reviewed by Paige Lovitt on Nov 22 2016

I found this novel to be very inspiring. I highly recommend reading Seeking Father Khaliq especially to arm chair travelers who are interested in middle-eastern religion and politics from a spiritual perspective.

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