`The Last Christian` (by) David Gregory

              The year is 2088, Ray Caldwell is about to be disconnected from his biological brain forever, his destiny is about to be changed.
               Raised in the jungles of Papua New Guinea, Abby Caldwell feels close to God, however life changes when she receives a 16 year old message from her grandparents. Abby learns she is to be a missionary to the United States. The Americans are no longer involved in Christianity.
                From the beginning of the novel there is excitement. This work of fiction takes the reader to America's future, where technology has advanced to the point where humans no longer have face-to-face relationships, with one another.
                The reader is introduced to the believer's and unbeliever's view of the Bible. Most of the people no longer believe in absolute truth or absolute morality. The author does a great job of explaining God and Christianity. However, I personally disapprove of the sexual innuendo's mentioned in the book.

*This book may be purchased through  Waterbrook Multnomah.

Disclaimer: "I was provided a free copy of this book. All opinions are my own."

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