It is September 1940. As the Germans stand ready to invade, Blackpool parties on like the end of the world is at hand. Anything goes. A Babylon by the sea. Amongst the madness, the debauchery and the drunkenness, a serial killer looms large. It is down to two men, chief Inspector Sydney Appleton and Detective Harry Carter to keep the peace and find the murderer. And so a tale of intrigue, espionage and treachery explodes. One that leads us into a darkness few could imagine. Where there is no good or bad. Just a desperation to survive. An era when so many young men were not blessed with the privilege of old age. When Once Upon a Time in Blackpool, the fate of World War two was ultimately decided by a father's love. And one man's desire to do the right thing. A tale so far unknown. Until now...
Could the Gospel that we commonly proclaim in the US be labeled, "Made in America?" Have "Americanisms" and cultural insertions unknowingly slipped into our message? Can the "Cultural Fence" encountered when we attempt to minister cross-culturally serve as a filter to help purify our Gospel presentation and return it to the powerful, supra-cultural Gospel of which the Apostle Paul was not ashamed? The answer to these and many other questions make Playing Both Sides of the Fence required reading for all who care to proclaim the Good News to the World.
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