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Robert Flynn - In The House Of The Lord

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[center]t2_Svs_QNsu_Wx_OQG9_Sw_s_Gs6_VNau_P4_O2d [b] Robert Flynn - In The House Of The Lord Unabridged AudioBook | 2011 | Genre: General Fiction | English | ASIN: B004WINPB2 | MP3 64Kb | Length: 10 hrs and 17 mins | 323.38 MB [/b] [/center] Robert Flynn's second novel tracks a day in the life of Pat Shahan, minister of a Protestant church in a large city. Young, devout, and honest, Shahan seeks revelation-and is offered a revolving neon cross for the church steeple; he seeks vision-and gets a pep talk from the church treasurer. Striving to serve the Lord, he is dragged into a "Great Crusade" which is nothing more than a publicity stunt that ends disastrously. Shahan's day sees him ministering to the sick and dying, pacifying angry parishioners and counseling troubled ones, seeking inspiration for a sermon, trying to calm his mother by phone, and losing patience with his family. Pat Shahan is a thoroughly human minister. Throughout his day-and by extension his ministry-he struggles to balance his faith in Christianity with his doubts about himself and his church. His story gives a pulpit-eye view of organized religion, a view that is occasionally humorous, sometimes affectionate, always open-minded, and ultimately affirmative. "There is darkness in the world," says Shahan, "but there is also light." [b]Download Link[/b]

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