The Stranger In Central Park by James Patrick Dillon

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The book is truly at its best when it explores such difficult ideas. A spiritual tale with an engaging plot, although some extraneous material occasionally slows its progress.
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"A Deeply Spiritual Blockbuster!"

At a time of unprecedented social strife, rampant gun violence, and constant international military conflict, The Stranger in Central Park offers a radical new look at the bedrock teachings of Christianity, and at the inner workings of American government. This thought-provoking, page-turning thrill ride is sure to inspire and engage readers everywhere.

From author James Patrick Dillon comes this timely and deeply spiritual blockbuster, a tale of a brother and sister, each on a journey of faith.

To Katie Molinaro, “the Stranger” is a divine and self-luminous being who holds the key to world peace and personal salvation. However, to her brother, New York City Mayor Jack Molinaro, the Stranger is an enigmatic and troubling figure who has drawn thousands to Central Park during a week of great tension and peril, immensely complicating the hunt for a dangerous, nuclear-armed, terrorist.

Both Jack and Katie face extraordinary challenges, and the Stranger gives each of them opportunities to avoid great personal tragedy and grow spiritually, if they can find the courage to trust his teachings.

What would you do if such a “Stranger” came into your life? Would you repent? Reform? Change your ways? If commanded to re-examine your actions, political beliefs, and even the tenants of your faith, could you take a leap of faith and change?

“A Deeply Spiritual Blockbuster! If you liked “The Shack” or “The Alchemist” you are going to LOVE this book!” Anthony DeStefano: A Travel Guide to Heaven “A spiritual tale with an engaging plot…” Kirkus Reviews

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Published February 11, 2018 by Enlightened Little Souls Inc.. 287 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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on Sep 11 2017

The book is truly at its best when it explores such difficult ideas. A spiritual tale with an engaging plot, although some extraneous material occasionally slows its progress.

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