283: A Memorable Fancy – XXVI29 September, 2011
It was an honor to be a guest on his show. They waited off-stage during the monologue, gauging the response of the crowd. They passed a few quiet, unnecessary words. They knew they wouldn’t get the best of him in conversation, he, the master of debate, sometimes a master of abuse as well; but someone had to speak out for the old ways, for righteousness and faith.
After a short commercial break they were escorted to the stage: the scribe, then the Pharisee.
<Excerpted from “Tell No Tales: Adventures of the Dead”, a book in search of a publisher>