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Saint Peter Killed God By K.J. Kron,

  • Title: Saint Peter Killed God
  • Author: K.J. Kron
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 396
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • What happens when a priest no longer believes what he preaches Father Pete acts like he s having a nervous breakdown He invites his congregation to walk out of mass in protest with him This fails No one listens to his sermons, and he s too old and far too embarrassed to start over.Three days later Father Pete wakes in a hospital suffering from amnesia after attemptingWhat happens when a priest no longer believes what he preaches Father Pete acts like he s having a nervous breakdown He invites his congregation to walk out of mass in protest with him This fails No one listens to his sermons, and he s too old and far too embarrassed to start over.Three days later Father Pete wakes in a hospital suffering from amnesia after attempting suicide He finds a notebook he doesn t remember filling, with entries referring to himself as Saint Peter His entries are so outlandish he knows he s insane, but the other patients begin joining him in prayers They thank him, claiming he s better therapy than any of the doctors He can t figure it out Is he crazy or is it actually his destiny to change the church The only flock he has now are his fellow patients Here he begins his journey to retrieve what he has forgotten those crazy religious beliefs in his notebook entries, which look less and less crazy to him, the details of his attempted suicide, and the real Father Pete.
    Saint Peter Killed God What happens when a priest no longer believes what he preaches Father Pete acts like he s having a nervous breakdown He invites his congregation to walk out of mass in protest with him This fails No o

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    1. Don t let the title throw you This is a great book It starts off with a priest Peter trying to get the attention of his congregation Then his attemps suicide but wait in doing so, he felt faint, then falls and hits his head He wakes up in a mental institution with amnesia What would you do Peter has his journals giving him insight to the man he was before the accident But what would bring him to try to commit suicide He was a priest What kind of man was he Will he ever be the man he once was The [...]

    2. I really wanted to like this book for a couple of reasons First, I love the premise it s right up my alley what with my crisis of faith and my conversion to Roman Catholicism and my love of questioning no, make that challenging established authority Second, I love what and the kindle are doing to with the publishing world, empowering individual authors and giving people the opportunity to express themselves to a wider audience than they ever could if they had to go through an established publish [...]

    3. Saint Peter Killed God is a wonderful book that must be read by the masses The title may throw you, but the story that follows is exciting and hard to put down It is always great to uncover a new talent in thriller writing, of which Karl Kron most definitely is, and I am looking forward to reading of his work Saint Peter Killed God does not prepare you for the thrilling page turner that follows It is a well researched story, which begins a man seemingly suffering breakdown, but keeps you guessi [...]

    4. A well written, gripping novel with a subject matter close to the questions of faith I ve I been thinking about in my own life in the past year or .

    5. Kron s delineation of a man of the cloth his main character Peter is extraordinary From beginning to end, there is identification with him This is because the reader wants to understand the mystery surrounding his suicide attempt, his amnesia, his association with and beliefs concerning religion and the church, which all become so personal that at the end, the reader cannot help but feel as he does that all we need to do is exercise our minds and bodies while living peacefully that after we love [...]

    6. In some ways this reads like a string of sermons punctuated by metaphorical question marks, so your engagement with the story might depend on your interest in theological musings I enjoyed this than James Frey s The Final Testament of the Holy Bible Both books have a similar message promoting liberal s and expanding social inclusion while retaining a sense of the sacred, but whereas Final Testament relies on the magical element of the protagonist s actual Messianic status as automatic validatio [...]

    7. This was a great book I don t have a lot of time for reading and this one gave me problems because I could never find a good stopping point There was always something else I wanted to know so I would keep reading just a little longer.The author has created a main character that is both frustrating and endearing You re pulling for him from page one as you, along with him, try to figure out what the heck is going on.I would highly recommend this book.

    8. This is a serious and provocative story about a priest who has lost his way to the extent of having also lost his memory From beginning to end it shows his progress in recovering his personal history which fortunately is preserved in a notebook and finding an authentic path forward.In responding to it, I could go off in various directions For example, there s a lot of theology, but most of it did not particularly engage me Except for a stimulating presentation the priest makes to his parishoners [...]

    9. Here is a book that is written to be provocative It is a faith questioning read that many might find offensive BUT it is well written, and the characterization is captivating Kron knows how to create a character the reader cares about, and does well with interior conflict.A faith unchallenged is not a faith worth having As an author of devotionals and faith affirming fiction, my faith has already been challenged and grounded I don t mind reading a book that questions the faith However, some peop [...]

    10. This is one of the most thought provoking books that I have read in some time Even though I am not Catholic, it makes me want to get out my bible and read the New Testament, to understand what Jesus was teaching The author drew me in with the story of Peter, a priest who wakes up in a psychiatric hospital Peter reads his diary, in which he wrote about himself as Saint Peter, and his plan to reform the church The reader learns about Peter s life at the same time as Peter, who has amnesia and has [...]

    11. I have the up most respect for those who choose to be atheist as well as those who choose to be Christian The one problem I have is that both sides remain in a gridlock refusing to acknowledge opposing points of view It is frustrating to see two sides bitterly divided and unable to compromise That s why I propose reading Saint Peter Killed God as it shines a light on why one shouldn t believe as well as showing a need to do so.

    12. Being anti religion I was reticent about reading this book The story of a priest who ends up in a mental health ward though caught my interest Bold ideas that are presented in a clever story about a man trying to figure out his own beliefs while still trying to help others Well done and a really nice way to soend an afternoon in the sun.

    13. I got this book before I read the reviews, and now I m eager to read and rate it for myself I dislike that the author rates his own book and appears to be friendly with other reviewers It looks dodgy I ll keep an open mind until I ve finished it, but it had better be good.

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