Time Changer by Rich Christiano and Greg Mitchell

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Ever since I read The Time Machine by H. G. Wells as a teenager, I have been fascinated with the ideal of traveling through time. I suppose I am not alone. But until now I had never ran into any literature dealing with time travel from a Christian bias. What would it be like for a dedicated believer of the 1890s to suddenly be transported to the 21st century? How would they view our spiritual progress? What would they think of modern Christianity? This little novel develops this theme in a predictable but delightful manner. I truly enjoyed Time Changer, and more importantly, it gave me pause to consider my own walk with Christ from a different perspective.

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