Author interviewed by popular One Man in the Middle blog
Paul Wreyford chatted to Rob Allwright about his recent book What Happened After Mr Jones died
Paul reflected on his writing process, explaining, ‘I’ve put it down and gone back to it over the years, so I can’t say how long it has taken to write, but it’s certainly been a long time in the making’.
Although What Happened After Mr. Jones Died is a comical book, Rob questioned the more serious message that the novel offers. Paul expressed that, ‘the main message of the book is that we are saved by God’s grace – there is nothing we can do to earn our salvation. However, that doesn’t mean we don’t have a job to do.’
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Thank you to Rob for facilitating the interview. We pray that you’re inspired by all that Paul shares during the conversation!
A non-Christian may not wish to pick up a Bible, but they may be more inclined to read a fantastical tale that will hopefully make them laugh, but make them think as well.Paul Wreyford
About the Book
A HUMOROUS NOVEL INVESTIGATING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN GRACE, FAITH AND WORKS.
Mr Jones didn’t have a good Christmas. He died.
Not to worry – he’s a Christian, so he’s going to heaven… isn’t he? Mr Gilmore, his guardian angel, thinks so… but Demon Dumas doesn’t.
The matter is referred to a celestial court, where a jury of twelve dead men and women must decide whether there is enough evidence to prove that Mr Jones is a Christian.
What follows is the most astonishing case in the history of the afterlife.
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