Is it ever right to do wrong?
I just finished reading another excellent book by Alton L. Gansky, “Terminal Justice.” The book explores that question.
David, a pastor who stepped down from his position when his wife left him, is hired by the prestigious Barringston Relief organization to be a speech writer. The organization’s work of getting food and medical supplies to desperate people all over. The world is sometimes complicated by the evil intentions of evil men.
Someone is stealing money from bad people. Someone is hacking into computers for information. Someone is killing bad men. Could that someone have a good heart? Do the ends ever justify the means?
The book doesn’t supply easy answers, but it does pose good questions. It’s full of deep introspection, suspense, action, humor, a touch of innocent romance, and deep faith.