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By Jonathan Weyer | Comments: ( 797 ) | Date: ( Jun 02, 2020 )

Conflicted with his faith in God and the hypocrisy of the church, Aidan, an assistant pastor, is already a spiritual battleground When he learns that his ex fiancee was murdered in a possibly demonic ritual, he finds himself catapulted into an even deeper fight Tormented by demonic threats and haunted spirits in the afterlife, Aidan becomes a medium that will hold the keConflicted with his faith in God and the hypocrisy of the church, Aidan, an assistant pastor, is already a spiritual battleground When he learns that his ex fiancee was murdered in a possibly demonic ritual, he finds himself catapulted into an even deeper fight Tormented by demonic threats and haunted spirits in the afterlife, Aidan becomes a medium that will hold the key to solving this murder mystery As Catholic priests, paranormal investigators and rogue law enforcement seek Aidan out, readers both secular and religious will find that the Faithful tears at the emotions and doubts of humankind.

  • Title: The Faithful
  • Author: Jonathan Weyer
  • ISBN: 9780982668702
  • Page: 163
  • Format: Paperback

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Comments The Faithful

  • Elizabeth Isaacs

    @SpookyPastor lives up to his name!An incredible read full of mystery, intrigue, and depth. I had a hard time reading this book at night because it seriously scared the bejeebers out of me! I look forward to his future work. This is a must read for anyone who likes a thriller!

  • Tracy Riva

    The Faithful by Jonathan Weyer is an absolutely stunning debut novel in the emerging genre of Christian horror. While many may think that term is any oxymoron Weyer proves that not only do the two go together, but they can do it extremely well.Weyer’s main character, Pastor Aidan Schaeffer is undergoing a crisis. He’s lost his faith in God, is embroiled in the middle of an investigation involving the ritualized death of his former girlfriend, and is being attacked by demonic forces. Furtherm [...]

  • Lara

    This is written just how I thought a pastor would write a fiction. Like, a youth pastor. Lots of pop culture references and edgy agnosticism. I enjoy how he's complaining about the hypocrisy and nonsense of religion, etc, etc, but omg, get to the horror already.*Update* Okay, finished, and I can't tear a strip off it because it's so goshdiddlydarndely earnest, it would be like kicking a puppy. I didn't actively hate it, but it's definitely more theology than horror. Religious horror is my favour [...]

  • Stella

    My thoughts: I have to confess that even though I'm religious and believe in God I was a bit doubting whether I would enjoy this book as I have never read anything pertaining to faith or a religious topic for fun (except of course the Da Vinci Code, but that doesn't count ;-p), and especially written by a pastor! But I'm really glad I took the chance and read The Faithful because I discovered an amazing new author and The Faithful became one of my favourite books read in 2010!Do not be put off o [...]

  • Shannon

    I was in the mood for a good scare when I started this book and it turns out that was the perfect mood to be in. I did not have to read too far before I got the distinct tingling that comes with being Freaked Out! Christian horror might seem like two words that do not belong in the same sentence but in the hands of Jonathan Weyer they do. The Faithful delivered what it promised. Aiden is conflicted and I felt compassion for the struggle he faces over his doubts about his faith. I really enjoyed [...]

  • Angie Mangino

    The FaithfulBy Jonathan WeyerBrio Press2010 Reviewed by Angie ManginoRating: 5 starsReading this book defined in the religious horror genre made me wonder if I was the best one to review this book, as the horror genre is not one which I enjoy reading and I feared my distaste for the genre might prejudice my review. As you can see with the high rating I gave this book, The Faithful dispelled any of my hesitations once I began reading. What a story!Aiden Schaeffer is in a spiritual battle, both wi [...]

  • Monster

    Aiden is an assistant pastor at a Presbyterian church in Columbus, Ohio. His parishioners rely on him for his strength and faith, but lately he’s been questioning that faith. His faith is tested even more when he learns his mentor is having an affair. When Aiden’s ex-girlfriend, Amanda, is killed in a ritualistic murder,he becomes part of the investigation, first as a suspect and then as a resource. At the same time, unnatural things begin happening around town. Bare footprints appear in the [...]

  • Crystal

    This book knocked me off my feet. Not necessarily because of the story line, but because of the creative way Weyer wrestled with tough topics. Classified as a “Christian horror novel,” I found the primary story line to be far-fetched. It read more like science fiction than horror. Honestly, there were times that I thought Weyer was off his rocker for writing something like this.But then I’d get hit with a nugget of truth. The conversations between characters, the character development, the [...]

  • Emma

    I don't normally like Christian fiction, but this novel is the exception. In a genre rife with cliche and insincerity, The Faithful is a refreshing and starkly honest novel about a pastor's struggle with his own doubts and with the character of the church body.Most Christian supernatural/horror fiction (such as the Forbidden Doors series by Bill Myers) I've read plots its stories along simplistic lines of Christians vs. demons with non-Christians being either converted or destroyed. Weyer's nove [...]

  • Maria

    A Presbyterian minister, who is questioning his own faith and belief systems, is pulled into questioning when his ex-fiancee is murdered in a satanic ritual. His friendships (old and new) are a constant source of questioning in all he believes - and is ready to believe. This was a quick read, and I enjoyed it because, for once, it was not about a renegade Roman Catholic priest, cut off from most mainstream America, attempting to rid a person or place of The Evil One. This is a very human protago [...]

  • Carol

    A paranormal/theological murder thriller. It's from a Central Ohio author, and I liked the use of local settings - I was able to correctly guess the location of the third event immediately. But the religious angst and theological discussions got a little tiresome, and I skimmed some sections. Some loose plot ends, don't know if they'll be picked up in future books or what.

  • Elizabeth Ruby

    I enjoyed this supernatural mystery surrounding a priest that has lost his faith. The ending was a bit of an anticlimax, but it was an interesting read.

  • Jake

    While it brings up some fascinating points that were interesting to think about the metaphors were a bit heavy handed. The plot was decent but overall nothing remarkable.

  • Karen

    Not the most well written book, but I couldn't put it down.

  • Omega

    It was predictable. Other than that, it had some fun spooky parts. The main character is too gullible.

  • Paul

    The story is weak. The spelling errors, terrible editing, and printing mistakes where chapters are out of order are the high points to this book. Just not worth the frustration.

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