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This book is incredibly insightful. The author blends apologetics with a suspenseful story-line, perhaps creating a new genre of Christian fiction. The Church of Jezebel takes on some controversial issues such as faith-healing, seed faith giving, and most importantly, misplaced faith. I highly recommend this book and believe it should be discussed at Bible studies.
This book is a fast read and incredibly insightful. It shows an apostate and toxic church that merely uses the name of Jesus, manipulates Scripture, renders self-serving prophesies and employs modern technology to manufacture "signs and wonders." The Church of Jezebel describes how the Gospel is being hijacked, especially when members and viewers are urged to open their wallets and purses to give, give, give for the sole purpose of receiving, receiving, receiving. Sadly, this book reflects many popular televangelists today and in general, a narcissistic society. Although this novel is a tad expensive, it is worth the read. My favorite characters are the pastor's wife, the church prophet and detective Preston.