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Divine Choreography of Redemption: Setting the Eternal Saga in Time

Overview

Released
May 25, 2021
ISBN
9781948181099
Format
ePub
Category
Fiction

Book Details

Divine Choreography of Redemption explores the story of redemption as divine drama advanced by acts and agents that transcend time and space. The novel is set beyond the Storied Sea on the ancient Isle of Estillyen, far from everywhere yet mystically near. There, a troupe of Message Makers from the seventeenth century mysteriously arrives to grapple with the theme in today's context.At the heart of the novel, a battle brews between technology's propelled existence—aided by modern devices and algorithms—and life centered in Scripture's ancient narrative. The story line begs the question: Does ultimate meaning truly abide in the saga of redemption'sdivine choreography, or can it be extracted from media's discarnate realm?Divine Choreography of Redemption is a celebration of prose, imagination, and faith. The novel casts a fascinating light on Scripture's enduring drama—a living drama acted out against a backdrop divine.

Author Description

HAVING LIVED AND WORKED in London, Moscow, and New York, today author William Jefferson writes from a Civil-War era cottage in the rural Ozarks. He is author of Messages from Estillyen: A Novel of Redemption and Human Worth, and owner of Storybook Barn (www.storybookbarnmo.com). Jefferson holds an MTh in Theology and Media from the University of Edinburgh and an MA in Communications from the Wheaton Graduate School.

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