As A God Might Be

by Neil Griffiths
As A God Might Be
  • ISBN-13: 9780993575846
  • Author(s): Neil Griffiths
  • Subject: Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)
  • Publisher: Dodo Ink
  • Imprint: Dodo Ink
  • Publication Date: 26-10-2017
  • Format: p/b

Availability: Available

£12.99
Proctor McCullough is 44 years old. When he decides to desert his comfortable, middle class life in London and build a church on a clifftop, nobody knows what to make of it; McCullough is not religious. Is it a midlife crisis? Has he gone mad? Is he suffering a spiritual crisis in a secular age, where identity is shaped by wealth and social media? Or has he really been chosen by God for a new revelation? Family of Love is an epic novel in the tradition of Dostoevsky; a character struggling to cope with the grand issues of modern life - faith, family, and his responsibility to society.Proctor McCullough is 44 years old. When he decides to desert his comfortable, middle class life in London and build a church on a clifftop, nobody knows what to make of it; McCullough is not religious. Is it a midlife crisis? Has he gone mad? Is he suffering a spiritual crisis in a secular age, where identity is shaped by wealth and social media? Or has he really been chosen by God for a new revelation?
About the book

Proctor McCullough is 44 years old. When he decides to desert his comfortable, middle class life in London and build a church on a clifftop, nobody knows what to make of it; McCullough is not religious. Is it a midlife crisis? Has he gone mad? Is he suffering a spiritual crisis in a secular age, where identity is shaped by wealth and social media? Or has he really been chosen by God for a new revelation? Family of Love is an epic novel in the tradition of Dostoevsky; a character struggling to cope with the grand issues of modern life - faith, family, and his responsibility to society.Proctor McCullough is 44 years old. When he decides to desert his comfortable, middle class life in London and build a church on a clifftop, nobody knows what to make of it; McCullough is not religious. Is it a midlife crisis? Has he gone mad? Is he suffering a spiritual crisis in a secular age, where identity is shaped by wealth and social media? Or has he really been chosen by God for a new revelation?