Tags: Book Review, Christian Fiction
From the back cover: A meteor explodes into the planet. Massive earthquakes rock the land as giant tsunamis engulf the coasts. Sleeping volcanoes violently erupt, filling the sky with clouds of suffocating ash, and soon, the world is shrouded in darkness. Last Day has come, bringing death, destruction, and despair. Yet hidden in a mountain valley, the Brigons manage to survive, but with no power and little food or water, their hope is fading into the eternal night. Then a voice calls out in the darkness and offers to bring them light.
This is the story of Sam Mitchell, an engineer with one of the power managers in Brigos Glen. Seventy years have passed since light was restored to the village. Few remember the time before Last Day or the strangers who helped them in their time of need. But Sam has heard the stories and, with the guidance of his friend, seeks to help others as he goes about his seemingly unimportant, routine existence. That is, until he receives an ominous order from beyond the mountains that will change his life forever.
For centuries mankind has sought God…not simply to find Him, but to understand Him. This quest has left many struggling in a maze of contradictions – one God but a Father, one God but a Son, one God but a Spirit – leading them to the ultimate question: Who is the Trinity? The answer is revealed in The Company by Chuck Graham, a clever allegory, carefully woven with surprising revelation of who God is, who we are before Him, and our calling to love and encourage each other.
This is not an “End-Times” novel. I say this because it looks that way by the cover. Chuck Graham is not doing events from the book of Revelation. Instead, cleverly, I might add, he is doing an allegory working on the premise that after a meteorite strike the whole planet has lost power and is plunged into darkness and one area is offered light. The question is what are they going to do with it? I am not giving anything away when I tell you that part of this allegory is an exploration of The Holy Trinity; The Father, The Son and The Holy Spirit. Want to find out how Mr. Graham does it? Well you have to read the book. Let me also point out that this is also an exploration of our purpose on Earth and how believers can be so misguided in their service to God. I liked “The Company” and recommend this book highly and look forward to the next book in the series
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