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   Hidden: A Little Injection of Faith, by Tom Terry  
 
  Novel, first publication in June 2008
 
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      The printed word of God has become virtually extinct. New technologies permit the Ministry of Philosophy and Justice to monitor belief systems and arrest suspected religionists. The unrepentant suffer the worst possible penalty, Death of Personality. MPJ agents Brian and Della Lopez have sworn to uphold philosophical justice. The husband and wife team are top agents, until Della begins to question her lifes work. Her mind digitally enhanced by viral biotechnology, Della's genetic code is implanted with a Bible that she can read with the help of dangerous, illegal drugs. But when Brian discovers her deception he faces a choice: Protect her betrayal, or order personality of the woman he loves wiped clean. "Hidden" takes the dangerous work of Christian evangelism in closed countries to a new level. It creates a world as closed to religious freedom as Saudi Arabia, yet with the technology of an America 50 years from the present where privacy, and anonymity are virtual impossibilities.

     
     
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  • Drugs - Narcotics - Addiction - Psychoactive Substances
  • Religion - Theology - Gods & Deities - Faith - Priests & Clerics

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