Angels in the Upper Room
What on Earth Is Heaven? by James Paul
reviewed by Arthur W. Hunt III
The main course has been completed. Dessert is being placed on the table by the host staff, along with Earl Grey tea and French press coffee. Just outside the window looms the stately Manor House where visitors stay, and beyond that, the hills of the Hampshire countryside where Jane Austen spent the last years of her life.
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Arthur W. Hunt III is a former professor of public speaking at the University of Tennesse at Martin. He is now preparing to transition to ministry-related service and lives in the greater Memphis area.
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