Q&A With Author Jack Cavanaugh
- Monday, October 10, 2005
Q: What were your favorite books as a child?
A: I remember one great summer when I read an Edgar Rice Burroughs series. While he’s mostly known for his Tarzan series, it was his lesser known martian series that captivated me. It’s about a man almost magically transported to Mars and his life there among the inhabitants of the red planet. It was a great summer of reading.
Q: What is the message you’d like your readers to take from Dear Enemy?
A: How God must weep when he sees Christians killing Christians. It disturbs me when we allow politics and political leaders to have greater control over our emotions and actions than the teachings of Christ. If Christianity cannot cross geographical and cultural boundaries, what hope is there for the world?
Q: What is your goal or mission as a Christian writer?
A: Using stories, to portray that God’s ways are always best. That’s been my goal for all of my ministry, preaching, teaching, and writing.
A popular inspirational speaker, Jack Cavanaugh holds a degree in history from Grand Canyon University and an M.Div. from Southwestern Seminary. Jack and his wife make their home in Southern California.
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