After a shocking presidential assassination in the early 2030s, this second installment of the Tribulation Cult series continues to follow the lives of four former college friends. Their divergent life paths take two of their number to the very summit of world politics.
As the nation continues to split along liberal and conservative lines, the future of Christianity in America becomes increasingly divisive. The role of the church in that divide centers around the question whether serious Christians actually represent a dangerous cult, and should be ostracized from mainstream society and politics. The book builds to a mid-century cultural clash between worldviews, climaxing with the pivotal election of 2048.
About the Author
Michael Phillips has been writing in the Christian marketplace since 1977. He is the author of over a hundred books, and is known as one of the premier novelists of the Christian fiction boom of the 1980s, and as the man responsible for the renaissance of interest in Scotsman George MacDonald. In addition to his own work, he has published eighty titles by and about MacDonald.