The Beautiful Madness of Martin Bonham: A Tale About Loving God
Robert Hudson

Hilarious, Heart-Warming, Faith-Enlarging…

“I don’t love God.” Little did Gen-Z seminarian Katie Westcott know that when she made that confession to English professor Martin Bonham one fine summer day it would throw the quiet campus of Cupperton University into an uproar. Nothing would be the same again.

Together, this unlikely pair of oddballs poses this question: What if students could major in “loving God”—not religion or theology, but in the daily challenge of loving the Creator with all your heart, mind, soul, and strength? Well, now they can … in the new and innovative Department of Theophily—the department of loving God.

Yet, strangely enough, not everyone is happy about the new department, and they will stop at nothing to see it shut down.

Part sitcom, part inspiration, this thoughtful theological comedy is like a Venn diagram in which C. S. Lewis and P. G. Wodehouse intersect.

Paperback : 284 pages
Apocryphile Press