The Fugitives of Gethsemane explores the paradox that wanting believers must overcome while struggling to understand the essence of the Christian faith. It is a creed that cannot be learned—it must be experienced by those pondering the complexity of its teachings.
This book does not attempt to explain the unexplainable. But it does dramatize the efforts of four disciples hoping to find trust and belief in the lord, Jesus. So throw away your ordinary reason. This is the ancient mystery of belief, as it is . . .
D. S. Lliteras is the author of fourteen books that have received national and international acclaim. His short stories and poetry have appeared in numerous national and international magazines, journals, and anthologies. He lives in Montgomery, Alabama with his wife and author, Kathleen Touchstone.