Summer Camp by James Orr

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Terry, Jake and Billy go camping at Devil’s Dyke Camp. The setting is beautiful, right next to the lake, with the hope of lots of fishing, hiking and fun. Terry yelled, ramming both of his fists defiantly on the steering wheel of his Nissan car. “This car gives me nothing but trouble.” His two buddies, Jake and Billy, tried to pretend they couldn't hear him. They had so many other wonderful things to pay attention to, the beautiful scenery stretching for miles ahead of them as they sat motionless on the road, as the searing rays of the noontime July sun cast intriguing patterns of bitter, burning sweat lines running down each other's faces. It was not turning out to be a good trip. And Terry's temper was starting to show, which didn't help to defuse their problem.

About James Orr

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James Orr (1844-1913) was a Scottish theologian born in Glasgow. He ministered at the East Bank Church in Harwick and later was professor of apologetics and theology at the United Free Church College in Glasgow. A highly respected evangelical lecturer both in Scotland and the United States, Orr was a valiant defender of historic orthodoxy in the heyday of liberal Protestantism, as seen in his contributions to The Fundamentals (1909-1915) as well as his chief apologetic work, The Christian View of God and the World.
Published November 19, 2013 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 174 pages
Genres: Gay & Lesbian, Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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