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Based on the movie by RAY COMFORT. Novelization by JULIA ZWAYNE
Peter is an aspiring comedian encouraged by his friend Ben to perform at the local comedy club. But stage fright isn’t Peter’s only fear. When confronted with one of today’s most divisive issues, he feels compelled to speak, but can he? Challenged by his coworker Diana to defend his convictions about homosexuality and gay marriage, will he have the courage to stand for what he believes—even at the risk of losing a friendship? And how will he respond when faced with a harrowing life-or-death experience? Audacity uses a unique approach to address a very sensitive subject in contemporary society. Regardless of your views on homosexuality, you’ll gain fresh insights and a new perspective.
If you enjoyed the movie, you will love the book as it fills in the background of its leading characters. You will also find out why it was that Peter so struggled to do stand-up. Something happened in his youth that almost scarred him for life. You will discover why Diana was like she was, as well as the traumatic experience that brought Ben to the foot of the cross. However, this book wasn’t written to solve little mysteries or just for your entertainment. It was written so that you would have something nonthreatening to give to friends, family members, workmates, and strangers, that will bring them under the sound of the biblical gospel.
“I thoroughly enjoyed this fast paced easy read with a modern-day message for all of us! Ray once again doesn’t disappoint. I haven’t seen the movie yet, but now I really want to.”
“Peter and Ben have an incredible dialogue in the book, which is completely missing in the movie. Photos from the movie are included, as well as an insightful interview with Ray Comfort about his decision to make the movie. He responds to questions you may also be asking about Christians and homosexuality. I saw the movie first and then read the book, but now, with the added plot information, I want to go back and see the movie again.”