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The Reluctant Messenger

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Top Ranked Religious Website Now In Book Form

Dallas, TX— Top-ranked international religious website releases book to rave reviews. The Reluctant Messenger of Science and Religion: Science and the World’s Religions are Pieces to a Puzzle that Need Each Other to Form a Complete Picture brings previously conflicting viewpoints together in a time of war and turmoil.

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Science teaches evolution. Genesis describes creation. Christianity, Judaism, and Sufism teach resurrection. Hinduism, Buddhism, and Sikhism teach reincarnation. Why are there so many religions? The Reluctant Messenger of Science and Religion resolves these paradoxes.

Chester and Lydia meet in a debate. One wins. One loses. Neither are ever the same. Lydia discovers a secret from her past that destroyed her family. She tries to ignore it, but her nightmares won't let her. Chester's greed for gold and revenge lead him to ancient knowledge which the powers of darkness fight to suppress. When the information last came to light, thousands died. Somehow, Chester must safely reveal it to the world.

The authors’ writing styles are clever and creative. This is an exceptional story that grabbed my attention right away. These are experienced scholars that have done their homework. Each possess a real knack for story telling, which is evident throughout. The authors’ create some eclectic characters, and gave each their own inimitable voice. This should be required reading. Editor’s Review

"This is the most inspirational story I have ever read! Honest!” C. Hoadley, Lansing, IL

"While searching for Truth, a seeker often notices that the religions of the world have similar viewpoints and basic truths in them. The Reluctant Messenger has been valuable to me for its ability to connect the dots I've seen in the religions. And to do so with a story line that makes it enjoyable and easy to see how one conclusion leads to the next. It has also broadened my understanding of things I had thought I had a firm grasp on. It’s a joy to read and a treasure to own." D'Arcy Gonzalez, Virginia Beach, VA

"Look at the world's religions to see what you can learn from the truths that they hold, rather than to prove that one is right and the others are wrong. What a wonderful idea! It's an idea that can bring peace and understanding. Not only that...you just might find something you have spent a long time searching for. I did. A great book!" F. Brown, Marietta, GA

About the authors:

Dr. Stephen W. Boston, creator of www.reluctant-messenger.com, holds a Comparative Religion Ph.D., Biblical Studies M.A., and was a computer engineer for a major utility corporation prior to devoting efforts to spiritual research. He teaches The World Great Religions at a state university.

Dr. Evelyn McKnight Boston holds a Theocentric Business and Ethics Ph.D., Behavioral Counseling M.Ed., and Sociology/Psychology B.A. She is a human resource trainer, executive coach and employee assistance professional for an international corporation.

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The Reluctant Messenger began as a web project in 1997. Over the years, many people have requested a book version of the website. The website consists of about 500 pages. The theme of every page is science, religion, or both. What works well as a website doesn’t translate easily into a novel. What makes for a good book doesn’t work on the Internet. Few people want to read a novel sitting in front of a computer. The website is designed so readers can start anywhere and end anywhere without feeling they missed anything. The interesting side effect is that everybody experiences the pages in a different order, thus each person’s expectation of the book will probably be different. This book is written with a logical, linear story flow but with much of the website missing. As a form of compensation, there is extra material that has never been on the website. The novel introduces several new characters and covers Lydia’s perspective which the website doesn’t reveal.


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