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Jordan's Crossing

From Pastor to Vigilante, One Father's Crippling Quest for Justice.

Motivated by money, liberal pastor Jordan Rau accepts a position with a European mission organization and moves his reluctant family to Germany. But his dreams of a better life are soon shattered when his teenage son is brutally murdered.

Let down by his reason-based faith, Jordan's life is now driven by one purpose - revenge.

Consumed by hatred for his son's killers, Jordan's global pursuit of retaliation sets him on a course that will destroy the lives of everyone involved, including the remnants of his family. Only a miracle can stop him.

Randall Arthur confronts the difficult issues surrounding liberal Christianity in a suspenseful and action-packed saga that offers healing to those affected by liberalism in the church.

Jordan's Crossing

  • The reader is kept on the edge of his seat not only to see if Jordan ever gets his man, but also to see if he ever makes his crossing. This is a riveting and thought-provoking book. - B.B.

    Jordans Crossing is an absolute must read. Randall Arthur writes obviously from experience, even to the story's locations. This is a capitvating-no put down book. You'll want to buy as many as you can to give away. - A.C.

    'Wisdom Hunter' is amazing and powerful; it is one of my all time favorite books, I have read it three times, so far. Jordan's Crossing is in many ways a more powerful book, because of the hard hitting and graphic subject matter. If you are looking for a light fluffy read this is not the book for you. If you are looking for a hard hitting, in your face story full of hard truths than you are in the right place. Randall Arthur has again created characters that you come to know and care a great deal about. I just finished reading the book for the second time and it was still an amazing read even though I knew what was coming next. I will soon be rereading the third book in this series 'Brotherhood Of Betrayal'. - T.T.

    I loved this book. Jordan's Crossing is one of those that you read late in the night to find out what happens. It is really a great book. Randall Arthur is becoming my favorite. - C.W.

    I have read this book 4 or 5 times. I love it! It touches on the nature of GOD and His love for us, How HE will not let us go! - A.C.

    I have read few authors that gripped me the way Randall Arthur has in his three stories. Thank you for being honest about the good and the bad in the "church" and our lives, and about God's grace and His presence through both. I truly thank God for you, brother, I really do. - M.M.

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