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Fifty Shades of White: One Man’s Quest for Righteousness

Narrated by: Scott Frick
Length: 9 hrs and 11 mins
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Living to be righteous born into a cult Maxwell White believed, in his youthful vigor, that he undoubtedly lived a fully righteous life. In his early twenties, however, Max found himself excommunicated and abandon in an evil world. Like a caged bird released to the wild and with no rule book to guide him Max was compelled to learn experientially what it meant to live a righteous life pleasing to God and to be part of his church.

Through often unseen direction Max’s varying shades of perceived righteousness eventually gave way to a spirit-led, God-given, standard most whiter than white. Founded on a single conviction that Jesus had cleansed him of his sins, Max’s life morphed into a redeemed position - an adopted son of God the father living in his kingdom. Max’s life culminates with him progressing through the time of the end, the demise of the USA and the rise of the Antichrist and being taken up at the rapture with the ingathering of the saints. A modern day Pilgrim’s Progress.

©2018 Robert J Cottle (P)2019 Robert J Cottle

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The 1st chapter was 10 times longer than needed. Nothing would be lost by skipping it. The story was simply a reworked story of evangelical Protestant philosophy and end times. The character simply reiterated it. Some of it was inspirational. There were some good Scripture quotes. I was disappointed, hoping for something more.