Between Lions and Lambs
Everyone has a past including Ezekiel Clemens, the world's most influential and noticeable evangelist. Despite traveling the globe preaching and speaking to hundreds of thousands of followers, this man of God is haunted. At his side is Gerald, a friend and accomplice in hiding Ezekiel's sinful secrets despite his convictions. On the day of one of their televised meetings, faces from their previous lives return and send the two on a journey into what it means to have faith and the reasons for why they believe.
Told from Gerald's perspective and a series of flashbacks, the past and present collide as Ezekiel's demons he tried to run from return, forcing him - and Gerald - to acknowledge the things they fear the most. With insight and empathy, N.T. McQueen's provocative novel, Between Lions and Lambs, examines the nature of hypocrisy, the power of redemption and the faithfulness of grace until its shocking conclusion.
Praise for Between Lions and Lambs
"This is no simple religious novel; rather, it is a novel that provides insight into the deeper ways that religion works in the daily lives of the characters of McQueen's book. There are no easy black and white issues, no easy decisions. The characters are repeatedly challenged and by living through such challenges they (well, not all of them, but at leas us as readers) come to a new understanding of life. The writing alone is worth the read, the care and attention to language as something more than words."
- Doug Rice, author of Here Lies Memory: A Pittsburgh Novel and Between Appear and Disappear
"An insightful and provocative read for those who've watched the rise and fall of real-life televangelists such as Jim Bakker, McQueen s novel gets emotional traction by making Clemens a sometimes sympathetic character. Readers explore the forces that shaped him as they travel back in time to relive his troubled childhood with his own preacher father and the early years of his faith-healing ministry."
- Buffalo Daily News
(Volume One of the Pariah Series)
The most infamous figure in religion tells his side of the story in N.T. McQueen's intriguing novella, The Disciple. Told from the perspective of Judas himself, The Disciple is an intimate look at the driving forces and conflicts that lead to the betrayal and crucifixion of Jesus Christ. Take a look through the eyes of the one who betrayed his own as he struggles with his faith, his family, and the pulling forces between good and evil. From N.T. McQueen, author of Between Lions and Lambs, comes a story that will change your views about the disciple called Judas.
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