Samson

Samson

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Baker & Taylor
In a spin on the classic biblical tale, Samson Taylor becomes assistant pastor after his marriage fails, but he soon gets involved with several female parishioners and is only brought to his senses when an accident blinds him.

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& Taylor

In spin on the classic biblical tale of Samson and Delilah, Samson Taylor becomes assistant pastor at an Virginia church after his marriage fails due to his wife infidelities, but he soon gets involved with several female parishioners, including a married woman, and is only brought to his senses when an accident leaves him blind. Reprint. 50,000 first printing.

Simon and Schuster
A powerful portrayal of a modern-day pastor’s dance with earthly desires—and the faith that makes him whole, inspired by the Biblical tale of Samson and Delilah.

Samson Taylor is a man of God—and most definitely no saint. The handsome, charismatic new assistant pastor at a thriving North Carolina church is controlled by his lust for beautiful women, a weakness that puts his marriage, his friendships, and his job at risk. Samson loves God and tries harder than ever to keep his temptations in check. Then he meets Delinda. . . . Falling into a dangerous affair with the irresistibly sexy wife of an NBA star is the worst mistake of his life—one with tragic consequences. Now, as he journeys back from the depths of despair and loss, Samson sees himself and others in a new light. God will forgive Samson’s past. But can Samson forgive himself?


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