House of Faith House of Cards

House of Faith House of Cards

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qConcise. Vivid. Honest.q - Dan Barker, critically acclaimed author of 'Godless' and 'Losing Faith in Faith' qBrutally honest, insightful, and compelling storytelling.q - Lyndon Lamborn, author of 'Standing for Something More' When a young couple searched for clues connecting them to a famous ancestor, their journey led them on a path they never expected a€“ converting to Mormonism. House of Faith House of Cards tells the turbulent life story of their son, Eric, including all the typical Mormon experiences, and some extraordinary episodes no Mormon will ever encounter. He participated with family members in his first secret temple ritual a€“ normally reserved for adults a€“ at the age of four, only to be excluded from a similar ceremony, involving his family, thirteen years later. In 1857, a company of 120 immigrants set out from a small Arkansas town, toward California. In a tragic twist of fate, they never reached their destination. While encamped in southern Utah, local Mormons and Paiute Indians launched an ambush, brutally slaughtering the group, in what became known as the Mountain Meadows massacre. 125 years later, Eric would be raised as a Mormon in the same Arkansas community where this wagon train initially departed. There, he learned just how much some people still despised that faith. While training for and serving a church mission in Canada, in the mid-1990s, Eric shared a room and became acquainted with a fellow missionary named Mark Hacking. Less than a decade later, when the disappearance and murder of Hackinga€™s wife became highly publicized, several international media outlets approached Eric, searching for any juicy detail of the mana€™s troubled past. These stories are just the tip of the iceberg.The president then gave me instructions when and where I should meet my party for the transfer. ... We loaded all my possessions into the back of our neon pink Chevy S10 pickup, and began the four hour journey toward the town of Rossburn , anbsp;...

Title:House of Faith House of Cards
Author: Eric N. Davis
Publisher:AuthorHouse - 2010-05-21

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