Thursday, January 31, 2013

'The Light' -- Modern Day Sci-Fi, Philosophical Western with a Spiritual Twist Leaves Readers Empowered

COEUR D'ALENE, Idaho, Jan. 30, 2013 /Christian Newswire/ -- Modern day sci-fi, philosophical western with a spiritual twist leaves readers empowered to see "The Light" in today's challenging world.

"The Light," by Ben Rolphe, is an unparalleled melding of western fiction, sci-fi and theology that provokes philosophical solutions for today's challenges. This unique combination is skillfully weaved with a captivating plot through the author's injection of his personal life experiences. The painstaking detail transports the reader into the moment: hearts pounding as danger, intrigue, romance, angels, God's love for mankind and the wild west collide.

In "The Light" (Carpenter's Son Publishing/ISBN 978-0-9835571-2-8/$15.95) the main character, Dan Branson, is an Oregon wrangler who journeys into the wilderness searching for the source of a mysterious flashing light. He soon finds himself confronted by a "foreign" being with an incredible quest. Called to be a partner in her crusade, Dan Branson proves to be worthy as he saddles the reader along for the adventure. An adventure that shares God's truths in a way that leaves the reader reaching for book two in the series.

About the Author
Ben Rolphe brings the great adventures and successes of his personal life to the pages of his books. As a retired Christian entrepreneur, he has started, owned and operated sixteen profitable companies. As a US Air Force Pilot, he survived twenty-five combat missions and later flew his family to the primitive areas of the Northwest and Alaska. As an avid fly fisherman, he has traveled the globe, fishing the worlds most famous and challenging holes. As a rancher, he is a true horseman experienced in the struggles of farming and the risks of ranging cattle. Ben Rolphe is fully vested in the Great Commission and "The Light" shines clear this mission.

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