"I’m re-reading Battle for the Round Tower this week, and I just had to tell you: The reminder of Jester’s incessant work has been good for my soul this week. Thanks for your writing and for your influence as my friend, Pres! I’m praising the High King for you this morning!"
Thanks for the encouragement, Tom. Understanding Jester's tactics is indeed essential to consistent victory in our spiritual lives.
In Battle for the Round Tower, the character of Jester portrays the biblical character called, sin, a.k.a the law of sin, the power of sin, and the principle of sin. The first occurrence of sin as a living, conniving, powerful entity--as opposed to poor performance--is in Genesis 4:7.
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If you have not read the prequel, No Mercy, you can also purchase it anywhere books are sold. Here is a link to its location at Amazon.