Item description for Wisdom Hunter by Randall Arthur...
Overview This re-release of Arthur's bestselling novel presents the hypocrisy of Christian legalism and a man's search for the only surviving member of his family.
Publishers Description This rerelease of Randall Arthur's bestselling novel presents the hypocrisy of Christian legalism and a man's search for the only surviving member of his family. The story's hero, Pastor Jason Faircloth, embarks on a journey that lasts eighteen years and takes him through four countries in a quest to find the granddaughter who is being hidden from him. In a process that mirrors our own spiritual journey, he discovers a rich relationship with God and the peace that finally comes with true faith.
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Studio: Multnomah Books
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.61" Width: 5.48" Height: 0.81" Weight: 0.93 lbs.
Release Date Oct 23, 2006
Publisher Multnomah Books
ISBN 1590529944 ISBN13 9781590529942
Availability 0 units.
More About Randall Arthur
For twenty years, Randall Arthurwas a missionary pastor in Europe. With his wife, Sherri, he founded and organized churches in Oslo, Munich, and Berlin. He has lived in Georgia since 1998, recruiting, training, and leading short-term mission teams that assist churches in Western Europe."
Reviews - What do customers think about Wisdom Hunter?
Revealing May 13, 2008
Had I not recently escaped the jungle of legalistic, religious hypocrisy myself, this book would have thrown me into a rage of jealousy. The writer manages to depict through fiction many very real horrors and idiocies that lurk widespread inside Christian churches today. He also does a remarkable job of demonstrating how marvelous the concept of "the church" can be when one allows the Savior to lead as He originally designed.
Highly recommended for anyone who feels trapped inside legalistic rituals and bondage.
Wisdom Hunter Apr 25, 2008
An excellent book with a deep, and meaningful message. The writing style needs a little smoothing out but can be overlooked.
I can recommend this book to all Christians who are meat eaters and not milk drinkers!
A preacher becomes disillusioned with his faith when his prayers aren't answered. He loses everything only to find it again in a greater compacity.
Why doesn't this guy write more? Feb 5, 2008
Incredible book! All of Randall Arthur's books are captivating, moving and extremely relevent: this one; Jordan's Crossing and Betrayal. In an age of Christian fiction that is largely fluff in my opinion, here is a story that deserves six or more stars! Please write another!
Wisdom Hunter May 14, 2007
This book kept my attention from start to finish. This book truly blessed my life and I wholeheartedly appreciate the author's gift. I lost alot of sleep trying to finish this book. I truly enjoyed it.
A moving, compelling and grasping story ! May 2, 2006
Evidently Randall Arthur writes from experience. Everything is believable because we've all been through similar human and spiritual circumstance. The amazing thing to me was this book was published in 1991 and makes mention of church multiplication by division and small groups, ie a cell based church. I've been immersed in this very Biblical concept and have read many recently published books. It works!
Randall is a gifted writer weaving a tale of personal and spiritual woe and in the end, triumph of GOD. We taarry in HIS vision because HE will not fail in spite of us !!