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Coptic Martyr

The Coptic Martyr of Cairo

The latest international thriller from best-selling author Martin Roth

Four Americans in Egypt on an archaeological dig. In the blistering summer heat they are fighting amongst themselves. Then they unearth a body. It is an old priest who has been murdered.

The gruesome discovery sets in train a sequence of events that leads to a deadly Islamist attack on the ancient church where the Americans are working.

The leader of the expedition, Professor Rafa Harel, must decide whether to withdraw his fractious team or continue on a mission to unveil a controversial series of wall paintings, knowing that these images have the power to spark even greater violence.

Meanwhile, watching over all of them is a dreamy young Egyptian Christian named Amir. His only quest in life is to become a martyr...

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Rugby World Cup – Six Weeks of Heaven
Comments on a great sporting festival.
October 10th, 2003

Which Footy Team Would Jesus Barrack For?
A light-hearted article written before football finals weekend.
September 26th, 2003

The Christian Conscience of a Fallen Football Hero
A drug and alcohol binge, a dead girl, and a football star reaching out to God.
March 3rd, 2003

Too Much Information (And Way Too Much Football) – Why Ignorance Is Power
Aussie Rules football leaves me cold. How come I won a popular football tipping contest?
September 3rd, 2002

Faith in Football – An Interview with the Essendon Football Club Chaplain
He says it has helped make him a better pastor.
August 27th, 2002


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