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A dedicated public servant A powerful religious leader and the secret militias. A gay biker combat battalion from San Francisco. Combat ready up-armored RV’s. Secret computer technology. All of them clash over an explosive national issue – Evolution VS Intelligent Design. Can they decide the question once and for all time on the plains outside Dayton, Tennessee – home of the famous Scopes Monkey Trial? Colonel Chris Lassiter (Ret) traded his military career for a less challenging job in the St. Louis school system. As guidance counselor and a firm believer in the theory of evolution, he had witnessed the emergence of an aggressive movement led by radical televangelist Reverend I. Timothy LaPorte II. The reverend, a firm believer in intelligent design, is a major proponent of establishing religious practices in public places. The two men have become leaders of their own national movements and militias in order to establish their own beliefs on a nationwide scale. A clash between the two opposites is inevitable.

** A unique look at a highly sensitive subject **

Available in: paperback (5-3/8×8-3/8, 284 pages) $14.95

Also available on Kindle and e-book.

BJ Gillum Darwins War


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