Love Leaves No Knots: A Collection of Stories

      Domenic Marbaniang
Love Leaves No Knots: A Collection of Stories

Featured Stories: Love Leaves No Knots, Do Not Judge Before the Time, God Cannot Be Doubted, Adoniram Judson, PolycarpThis is the full ebook (Episodes 1-4)It's just a pretty pendant. A harmless necklace. Everyone wears them, like a talisman. At least that's what sixteen year old Shai Eli has always believed. But why does her community enforce a law that keeps people from removing the necklaces?When a book, a key and a vision begin to unravel the sinister secret behind her community, Shai discovers the guy she's falling for may not be who he says he is. This young adult novel is book one in a trilogy. In a dreary community of orphans the vibrant teen must overcome her fear of deep emotion and learn to trust her best friend.But what she doesn't know is that Aliah harbors a nasty secret that could potentially destroy the fragile beginnings of their young romance.When a mutual friend is discovered brutally murdered and twenty-one orphans go missing, Aliah comes up with a dramatic plan to keep Shai safe. A plan that back-fires when Shai realizes that someone is willing to go to drastic measures to hunt her down.As Shai's and Aliah's feelings for each other grow so does Shai's suspicions. And when Aliah's past catches up with him, Shai begins to unravel the truth about her identity, her connection to Aliah and the secret he has worked so hard to keep.
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    A Dialogue on Trinity

      Domenic Marbaniang
A Dialogue on Trinity

13-Year old Madeleine approaches her dad, Rev. Clarke, for answer to a question on Trinity and a dialogue ensues. They begin by discussing problems of consciousness and personality in the Three persons of the Godhead and proceed on to evaluate various theories, models, and views on the doctrine before finally evaluating the concept of "Unity" in Zeno's paradoxes and in the Priestly prayer of Jesus13-Year old Madeleine approaches her dad, Rev. Clarke, for answer to a question on Trinity and a dialogue ensues. They begin by discussing problems of consciousness and personality in the Three persons of the Godhead and proceed on to evaluate various theories, models, and views on the doctrine before finally evaluating the concept of "Unity" in Zeno's paradoxes and in the Priestly prayer of Jesus in John 17.
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