A Fortnight from God (A Dialogue with Dom)

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This isn't a dialogue with Justin Martyr, but rather with Dom, a very normal Christian with a few hidden talents. When a philandering acquaintance runs into him on the way to catch a holiday flight, an awkward conversation ensues -- one that both men will be unlikely to forget anytime soon. This is a fictional short story written from a fundament Christian perspective. Come on! Give it a try!

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