Posted by: irenesroth | February 18, 2013

Templar: By Martin Gene Durst

Templar: Age of the Dark Prince, Book I
By: Martin Gene Durst

Templar is an insightful story about how difficult it is to be a Christian in certain parts of the world. This novel is an eye-opener for individuals who take their faith and the freedom to practice for granted.

Templar is about a group of strong-willed people who are willing to fight for their faith. They believe in Christ, and they want to live their life in such a way as to show that they do. Most of the people they are surrounded with however despise anyone who believes in Christ—so much so that millions are killed or tortured if they are caught with any outward signs of their faith. Yet, they all need some form of religion. These individuals are ruled by a government who believes that eliminating all religion can create a better future for all of mankind. But man needs God because only God can show man how his love and grace can put his heart at peace.

Martin Gene Durst has created a story that really exemplifies our current and future times when our Christian faith will be challenged. He shows how our world has pushed God aside. And the Prince of Darkness has never been so strong and powerful as today. And we are paying for it every day in different ways. We should honestly turn our heads and heart from our own egoistic tendencies and take an honest look around us and our world. Have we lost our way? Will we be forced from the earth never to return to it because we have abandoned the need for religion?

Rating: 5 Stars

Reviewed by: Irene S. Roth
Author and Editor

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