Jordan's Crossing

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Jordan's Crossing

By Randall Arthur

Multnomah Books, Paperback, 9781590522608, 311pp.

Publication Date: September 20, 2003

Description

From Pastor to Vigilante,
One Father's Crippling Quest for Justice

Motivated by money, liberal pastor Jordan Rau accepts a position with a European mission organization and moves his reluctant family to Germany. But his dreams of a better life are soon shattered when his teenage son is brutally murdered.

Let down by his reason-faith, Jordan's life is now driven by one purpose--revenge.

Consumed by hatred for his son's killers, Jordan's global pursuit of retaliation sets him on a course that will destroy the lives of everyone involved, including the remnants of his family. Only a miracle can stop him.

Randall Arthur confronts the difficult issues surrounding liberal Christianity in a suspenseful and action-packed saga that offers healing to those affected by liberalism in the church.



About the Author
RANDALL ARTHUR served as a missionary in Europe for thirty-three years. He and his wife, Sherri, have planted churches in Oslo, Munich, and Berlin. As the current European Outreach Minister for a nondenominational mission organization, he recruits, trains, and leads short-term mission teams to work alongside evangelical churches throughout the European continent. He is also author of "Wisdom Hunter "and "Brotherhood of Betrayal."