Amesha Spenta is a thought-provoking novel about the role of religion within modern society. It's a tale of the trials and tribulations of Sister Mary Gerald who, during meditation, discovers how Christ performed his miracles. Thereafter it becomes ...
her role in life to share this knowledge with the world. Deeper meditation leads her to further revelations and a shocking truth. If she is to practise her new insight fully then she must first do away with the deity that she has loved all her life. Engrossed in her own spiritual progress, Sister Mary fails to see how her work could be an impediment to all the established religions in the world. It's only when her activities come to the attention of Islamic fundamentalists and therefore to the British anti-terror police that she finally realises she has created a existence fraught with danger. Amesha Spenta - The Nun Who Killed God is an entertaining thriller that will provoke readers to examine the role of religion in the world today.
Number of pages: 272
Date of publication: 07/03/2011
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