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The Last Christian by David Gregory
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In the future, it’s possible to live forever—but at what cost?
The year is A.D. 2088, and Christianity has died in America. The Last Christian is an interesting look at a futuristic world where Christianity has almost died out. In the jungles of Papua New Guinea, Abigail Caldwell has lost her family and her entire village from a mysterious brain disease. She receives a unexpected 16 year-old recorded message from her grandfather asking her to go to America and spread the gospel. Is Abby ready for the danger and does she really understand the gospel message she has known her whole life?

In this future time where there are self-driving cars, common virtual reality, and brain transplants, Christianity is considered hate speech. Abby has a choice to make – flee the country or face arrest. The story is rather profound when you think of the way things are already going in America, and it will make you reflect on the message. I get a little nervous when an author wants to add to the gospel message, but I think the author just wanted to convey the message of grace and not works.

The story has action, adventure and a great message. I really was not expecting the twist at the end!
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May 25, 2010 – Shelved
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December 1, 2010 – Finished Reading

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message 1: by Brian (new)

Brian Linda, I'm not sure if you know about it yet, but David Gregory just came out with a new political fiction novel called Patriot Rules. It's really good. If you liked this book I think you'll love the new one. Just letting you know :)

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