This short play, based on Acts 12:1-19, can be used by churches in their services. Permission granted! Free! Just let me know how it goes.
Trump, as is now well known, is a time traveler, fueled by his own sense of his alpha-male Self–more powerful than Dr. Who.
What happens when he spends time in early Philadelphia, and the Quakers find out what he’s been up to in their City of Brotherly Love?
It’s a little known fact that Trump can be a time-traveler, energized by his own sense of Self—more powerful than Dr. Who.
And remember Key? He wrote the lyrics to the National Anthem.
What happened when he and Trump met?
If you are easily offended, please know his rewrite is harsh–ten full verses in meter with the song. Proceed at your own emotional risk.
It’s about spiritual warfare. Just because we can’t see it going on around us right now with our physical eyes doesn’t mean it doesn’t exist. It does. So the genre of the novel is speculative historical fiction and family saga, based on biblical truths about the spirit world.
Will Clayton Sr. (1632-1689), a family man and early Founder of America, is a reluctant demon breaker.
The novel is finished. This is only a (gapped) summary.