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Paul takes his faith seriously. He’s smart, dedicated, consistent, and aspires to be the most "radical" Christian he can be. His die-hard approach to faith is put to the test when God gives him an assignment in a dream: he is to put an end to the musical career of a local DJ. After Paul sees that the DJ’s performances have lured Carlie, Paul's love interest, into a life of Paul takes his faith seriously. He’s smart, dedicated, consistent, and aspires to be the most "radical" Christian he can be. His die-hard approach to faith is put to the test when God gives him an assignment in a dream: he is to put an end to the musical career of a local DJ. After Paul sees that the DJ’s performances have lured Carlie, Paul's love interest, into a life of sin, he kicks his efforts into high gear in the name of God. Something obviously goes wrong, because Paul is recounting the story from prison. His aim is to prove that he is competent to stand trial. He isn’t crazy; he is just a man of faith. Zealot is a tragedy with a wink of humor bubbling under the surface. It is an exposé of contemporary American mega-churches, as well as a new perspective on faith and morality.


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Paul takes his faith seriously. He’s smart, dedicated, consistent, and aspires to be the most "radical" Christian he can be. His die-hard approach to faith is put to the test when God gives him an assignment in a dream: he is to put an end to the musical career of a local DJ. After Paul sees that the DJ’s performances have lured Carlie, Paul's love interest, into a life of Paul takes his faith seriously. He’s smart, dedicated, consistent, and aspires to be the most "radical" Christian he can be. His die-hard approach to faith is put to the test when God gives him an assignment in a dream: he is to put an end to the musical career of a local DJ. After Paul sees that the DJ’s performances have lured Carlie, Paul's love interest, into a life of sin, he kicks his efforts into high gear in the name of God. Something obviously goes wrong, because Paul is recounting the story from prison. His aim is to prove that he is competent to stand trial. He isn’t crazy; he is just a man of faith. Zealot is a tragedy with a wink of humor bubbling under the surface. It is an exposé of contemporary American mega-churches, as well as a new perspective on faith and morality.

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