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The Angel Acronym by Paul M. Edwards
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The Angel Acronym

by Paul M. Edwards

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 156085166X, Hardcover)

Finding the church archivist dead in the temple complex was somewhat awkward for the RLDS church hierarchy. What was the archivist doing in the temple in the middle of the night and, what was he doing with President Fred M. Smith’s declaration of supreme directional control?

For the public relations department, this was all in a day’s work--something not so very difficult to explain away with a few carefully worded phrases. And that would have been that, had the director of church education, erstwhile philosopher Toom Taggart, not smelled something rotten on the second floor.

Alternately suspenseful and humorous, The Angel Acronym romps through the corridors of religious orthodoxy and the pages of history to probe the perplexities of religious truth, public image, and church bureaucracy.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 17:58:02 -0400)

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