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The Wisdom Weaver is Wayne Gustafson's second novel. Set in ancient Egypt, the story follows a young female Israelite slave left behind at the Exodus. She becomes a student in an Oracle School in a goddess temple.
If you buy this book, you can buy Wayne's first novel, Community of Promise, for half price. Total for the two-book package is $30.98.
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COMMUNITY OF PROMISE was written by Wayne E. Gustafson, D.Min. who draws from his extensive background in religion, psychology, and the dynamics of community. While the story is based on the character of Moses in the Bible, this is truly fiction. Dr. Gustafson’s imaginative story takes the reader on a journey to discover a Promised Land that is based more in quality of community than in geography. This is fiction that illuminates deep truths in the realms of politics, economics, spirituality, religion, and community. With a comprehensive Study Guide published in the back, the book behaves very much like non-fiction. It is particularly useful as a resource for book study group.
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With this combined purchase you are buying the printed version of Wayne's new novel, "The Wisdom Weaver," and you are getting his first novel, "Community of Promise" at half price. The total for the package is $30.98.
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