The Becoming by Deane Kogelschatz

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A father and his adopted son become nationally famous evangelists. Their personal war with each other causes the empire they build to fall.Religion and its fears are confronted by New Age values and discoveries of the self. These create a resounding clash as suspicions are confirmed in this gripping story of challenges to morals, ethics, values and todays religious beliefs. Questions that we ourselves fear to ask pierce this complex story of brutality, murder, love and hate, propelling the characters through a jungle of deceit, international financial dealing and personal danger.Set in tropical Florida, this work of fiction blends intrigue and psyche shattering emotion with state of the art technology, and the most sophisticated levels of psychological trickery. Though it could pass as a mini-course in mind control, THE BECOMING reflects the greatest hopes, the greatest fears, and the dynamics of the human condition that we all experience today.
 

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Published July 27, 2001 by iUniverse. 612 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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