Berlin police posted on Twitter: "Amazing what you can find under a tree in Neukoelln... An honest finder turned in the briefcase with 3,500 euros and gold to our station."

Jerry Jenkins once worked as an editor for Moody magazine, overseeing reporters and other editors the same way that Buck Williams oversees his staff at Global Community Weekly . That’s a bit worrisome when we look at how Buck treats his staff, represented here by the character of Verna Zee. First he lies to her, now he’s screening her calls, and later in this chapter he threatens to destroy her personal life if she attempts to report a story he wants to keep buried.

I hope that isn’t indicative of how Jenkins treated his staff back when he worked at Moody, but it’s not reassuring that he went on to write novels like this one, in which that magazine’s offices and the rest of Moody Bible Institute get destroyed by a nuclear bomb.

Then again, maybe Buck’s horrible mistreatment of his staff isn’t based on Jenkins’ former career as a magazine editor. Maybe this portrayal of Christian leadership is based more on Tim LaHaye’s current career as the senior pastor of an evangelical church.

Berlin police posted on Twitter: "Amazing what you can find under a tree in Neukoelln... An honest finder turned in the briefcase with 3,500 euros and gold to our station."

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