It's the not-too-distant future, and in the wake of a nuclear terrorist attack, the president has signed the Freedom from Religion Act, which outlaws any public expression of religion. But what will the president do now that his wife and son are dead, and he has converted to Christianity?
Will he stand true to his newfound God, or will he buckle under political pressure? It was his lifelong dream to be president, but now he stands poised to lose it all just for following the convictions of his heart.
©2007-2014 Skip Coryell (P)2015 Skip Coryell
Church and State would have been better if the author didn't tell such a twisted story. He continued to build upon one part of the story( I don't want to give the book away), that really isn't needed. It made me sick, and was disgusted.
There was a lot of sex, and it was sickening.
Maybe it was less about his performance, and more about what he was reading.
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