A legal thrillerA Pastor's Pit
How can a pastor be indicted and tried for the “crime” of preaching from the Bible? A pastor in Oregon is indicted and tried for the crime of “religious hate speech” because his Biblical sermons were offensive to some. His best friend from high school is a Texas attorney and agrees to represent him through the twists and turns of trial and his appeals to the US Supreme Court where the constitutional issue of religious liberty is addressed by the high court. This case presents the threat to people of all religious faiths that their religious rights are at risk.
The threat to religious liberty is very real and whether those rights will be protected will be decided by a 5-4 decision of the US Supreme Court. The threat and consequences to Pastor Preston, his family and his church could cost him everything. How can one minute a man be considered a loving, caring husband, father and pastor that is known for serving food to the homeless on Thanksgiving and in the next moment have his world turned upside down as a hater?
The Reviews are in…
President/CEO, First Liberty Institute
Author of 3 books including The Freedom Paradox; President of Values-Driven Leadership, LLC
O.S. Hawkins PhD
Author of the best-selling Code Series of devotionals including the Joshua Code and the Jesus Code.
Jim Alkon, Book Trib Review
A Texas Trial Lawyer
Dr. Robert Jeffress
Pastor, First Baptist Church, Dallas
James B. Frank
State Representative, HD69 Texas
Dr. William S. Spears
Founder and CEO, Cenergistic LLC