Saturday, January 4, 2014

The Guardian

I just finished The Guardian by Robbie Cheuvront and Erik Reed.
Anna Riley has just come into possession of a two-thousand-year old scroll that God gave to John the Disciple. Her mission—to guard the scroll and unlock its secret. Jason Lang, her protector, has his work cut out for him as they begin their journey around the world, facing corruption and dodging bullets—all the while trying to keep his attraction to Anna at bay. Will he succeed in defending the woman he’s vowed to protect? Will Anna, forced to trust other people to stay alive, fulfill the challenge that she’s accepted?

This book is one that will make you think.  It's based on a verse of scripture from the Bible and is fictional, but is filled with information that keeps you thinking.  What if we could find the scroll or any other Biblical artifact?  Would that change people's minds?  I was really surprised that Anna was chosen to be the next in her family to take and protect the scroll when later on we find out that she's never accepted Christ into her life.  She went to church but didn't really believe anything that was preached about.  How many of the church goers are in the same boat?

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