The Slave by George Truett Moore
An Incredible Journey

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"THE SLAVE, An Incredible Journey,” is the story of a man whose name appears only twice in Scripture.
He was a slave of a leader in the Early Church, but ran away and ended up in Rome where,he meets and
comes under the infl uence of the Apostle Paul. Later, Paul sends him back to his master. The name of
the slave, Onesimus, means “useful.” Paul notes that Onesimus was useful to him and would be useful
to his Lord. Therein lies a story, an almost unbelievable story."

About George Truett Moore

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 The Reverend George Truett Moore, a native of South Carolina, and a graduate of Clemson University’s School of Architecture, served in World War II as a Corps of Engineers officer. He practiced Architecture until he entered the Lutheran Theological Southern Seminary, graduating with “Highest Honors in New Testament Studies.” He was a Missionary Builder, Liberia, West Africa, and a Lutheran Parish Pastor for over 50 years. Three tours to Israel enriched his writing skills for his books.The cover, a picture of sheep grazing near Jacob’s well , was taken by the author.
Published November 30, 2011 by Xlibris. 218 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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