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Author William Jefferson Joins Susan Wingate on Dialogue: Between the Lines

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William E. Jefferson is a message maker, artfully weaving words of truth. Jefferson invites you to journey with him, to explore the world of Estillyen.

Jefferson holds an MTh in Theology and Media from the University of Edinburgh and an MA in Communications from Wheaton Graduate School.

For centuries, Lucifer has been a central character in classic literature. From “Dante’s Inferno” to C.S. Lewis’ “The Screwtape Letters,” Satan has fascinated humans as the incarnation of evil and antithesis to God. Even today, almost 60 percent of Americans believe in Lucifer’s existence. He has not disappeared from modern fiction, though his role has changed. Today, Lucifer appears in exorcism stories and as dark mythical characters in young adult fiction.

Lucifer is again represented in the classic sense in a new novel by William Jefferson called “The Point.” In this novel reminiscent of the style of C.S. Lewis, a fictional Lucifer is portrayed at many of Scripture’s key moments, giving his side of the story. He sheds new light on important truths by sharing the other point of view.

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