Impossible Love: The True Story of An African Civil War, Miracles and Hope Against All Odds
Craig Keener is best known to readers as a respected New Testament scholar. This book details the thrilling, tender story of how he came to marry his African wife Medine - a deep friendship that became an 'impossible' romance across...
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Craig Keener is best known to readers as a respected New Testament scholar. This book details the thrilling, tender story of how he came to marry his African wife Medine - a deep friendship that became an 'impossible' romance across continents, and would eventually beat the odds against great dangers.
:Gripping True Story of War and Romance, Hope and Miracles
When the odds are impossible, love goes to work. In this thrilling true-life story, readers follow the path of friendship that grows into a romance that spans continents and survives devastating hardship. Craig, a respected white scholar, was cautious after a failed marriage. Médine, a well-educated African woman, met Craig through a campus ministry and the two became friends. Long after they parted for their respective worlds, Craig realized his love for her and began the arduous--and often supernatural--journey to be reunited. Médine faced terror and disease as a refugee in the war-torn Congo; Craig did not know most days if she was alive or dead. Their tender story of love beating the odds inspires readers to believe that God's own great love for each of us will always overcome.
MEdine Moussounga Keener holds a PhD from the University of Paris and is coordinator of family formation at Asbury. The Keeners work for ethnic reconciliation in the US and Africa.
Craig S. Keener (Ph.D., Duke University) is Professor of New Testament at Palmer Theological Seminary, Eastern University. He is also the author of many books, including commentaries on Matthew; John; Revelation (New International Version Application Commentary); The Spirit in the Gospels and Acts: Divine Purity and Power; Paul, Women, and Wives: Marriage and Womens Ministry in the Letters of Paul and And Marries Another: Divorce and Remarriage in the Teaching of the New Testament.
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