The author's latest work . . .Vatican III . . . an apocalyptic thriller, set on 2050, involves foreboding world events and the twenty-second major Council of the Catholic Church. Follow the Vatican''s astronomer, Dr. William Snowdon as he tries to unravel the exciting story of an assassination attempt which suggests complicity within the Vatican itself. The novel gives insights into the daily behind-the-scenes theological maneuvering, dialogue, and debate by bishops and their theologian periti on issues to be found on the agenda of this Church Council of the future, as well as a realistic view into increasing world tensions which have implications for the future survival of the human race. It is a work filled with twists and turns and an ending you will never forget.
About the AuthorEdward J. Hahnenberg is married and the father eight children. He taught philosophy, theology, world history, scripture, world religions, and creative writing in his forty years as a teacher. He has studied Latin, Greek, Hebrew, and Spanish extensively. He holds a BA in philosophy and an MA in biblical studies. He also holds advanced degrees, an MA and an Ed. S., in education. In 2000, he was honored by the Michigan Education Association for excellence in curriculum writing. His published works include The Children of the Apostles, ISBN 1594675570; The Psalms of God's Tenderness: Commentaries on Divine Intimacy, ISBN 1420821253; Bible Maker: Jerome - The Fascinating Story of the Author of the Latin Vulgate; ISBN 1420825798; Table Talk with Martin Luther : A Modern Catholic's Conversations with the Founder of Protestantism, ISBN 1420841408; The Evolution of Belief in the Afterlife in the Old Testament; ISBN 1595940162; and The Priesthood of the Faithful: A Theology of Hope for the Church; ISBN: 1425908837.