Category: Fiction,

The Unworthy Servant

By: Bob Williston


About the Book
Aaron Finkelstein turned to his friend’s cultic religious group for fellowship and a spiritual experience. That he found, but his pursuit of a personal relationship with God became a trek through a maze of legalism and confusion of doctrine. Extortion and money laundering were part and parcel of doing business with a homeless and penniless ministry. The mandate of a celibate ministry and the ban on homosexuality were obviously difficult to police, and their investigative methods into transgressions seriously flawed. There was curiosity and suspicion of members of minority ethnicity, and acknowledged duplicity in judgment when incidents involved those members. But what to do about the life savings Aaron had given them?

About the Author
Bob Williston was raised in Miramichi, New Brunswick, and is a graduate of the University of New Brunswick. His post-graduate schools have included Université Laval, Boston University, and College of Southern Nevada. His career included teacher of French, English Language, U.S. History, and Political Science in several provinces of Canada and Nevada. For a short time he taught Character Education at a middle school for juvenile delinquents. As well, he served in one session of the Nevada Legislature as Secretary to the Senate Finance Committee. He is now retired and living in Las Vegas, Nevada.

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