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Jim Crawford knew he was dying. His only concern was how he could let his wife, May Sue, collect double indemnity on his ten thousand dollar life insurance policy so his son could attend Texas AandM and become an officer. Told in flashback this is the final day of a Korean War vet dying of cancer.
When a mob shot Joseph Smith, Bishop Lyman Wight was in Texas looking for a new home for the people known as Mormons. .President Brigham Young . lead the group, he sought to form a new colony in California Territory called Deseret. On reaching Kanesville (Council Bluff), Bishop George Miller took a wagon train south to unite with Wight. APOSTATE is a story of hardships and deprivation. George Miller's group took off for Texas in the middle of the winter. Lycia Smith (fictitious) had recently lost her husband, Joseph Smith, and their son. The young lady headed for Texas to live in the Lyman Wight colony. Those called Mormons were a hardy people who traveled wilderness trails in hope they would find a place where they could practice their religion in peace. Those who came to Texas to found a new colony faced all the dangers of early travelers coming through Indian country. Snow on the ground only made their journey more difficult
Luther Butler continues his La Plata County Series. James Butler's (alias James Wilkerson) descendents find themselves caught up in the great American Civil War. Nat who dreams of becoming a soldier in the Southern Army narrates AMITE COUNTY. Eleven year old Nat is engaged in a conflict that tears him and his Black comrade, Charles Ray, from the Amite County farm to a dangerous Yankee prisoner of war camp.
MISSISSIPPI WOMAN continues the series after the Civil War. Nat Wilkerson's wife, Sally Ann, loses the Amite County farm and moves to Texas where, for health reasons, two of her sons leave for La Plata County, Colorado where the mountains touch the sky!
What caused the apostle Paul to condemn both male and female homosexuals? This former Jewish Pharisee renounced the legalism of the Old Testament, but this follower of Christ proclaimed all men and women were equal in the new kingdom set up by the followers of Christ. Why did he place a curse on bisexuals, lesbians and homosexuals that threatens to divide modern Christianity? Was there a character flaw in Paul's life? In his youth, did he experience a traumatic experience that caused him to place a stigma on at least ten percent of the United States' population? Read the Red Heifer to receive provocative answers to these questions.
"Red Heifer is an astounding book. Butler has an impressive sense of revisionary storytelling, and this enormous saga is great reading " -- Steven LaVigne in White Crane, A Journal of Gay Men's Spirituality
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