Black Author Re-Releases Autobiography, "Case Game: Activating The Activist"
Author - Allen Jones
Nationwide (October 5, 2011) -- Lulu Press first published CASE GAME in June of 2010. Author, Allen Jones is re-releasing his autobiography; due to an error, he made in the chapter, "Oh King of Hearts."
In that chapter, Jones was attempting to make a significant point concerning three biblical customs/events in relation to his life today. One event referred to soldiers instructed to kidnap young women for wives. However, though Jones used the correct Old Testament scripture, he incorrectly stated that the prophet "Moses" gave permission for soldiers to kidnap women, when in fact; Moses was not alive at that particular point in time. The "Elders..." gave that instruction, in the Book of Judges at a time when Israel had no king.
Jones regrets his error. He has corrected the information for the third edition of his book and is offering a refund and replacement copy free of charge (including shipping) to those who purchased his first or second edition. He is asking customers to simply submit their request to his web blog, located on the copyright page of their current copy.
"God is not pleased with those who continue TODAY, to oppress homosexuals," says author Allen Jones.
The epiphany occurred when Jones recited the tragic tale in his book of Oliver Sipple, who saved the life of President Gerald R. Ford in 1975.
Jones confronted his oppressor, out-dated thinking, in a life full of discovery, revelation, defeat and victory. Black, crippled and homosexual, he was called a "crippled-nigger-faggot" at age19. Ironically, that taught him to respect others; something he often neglected to do.
A Bible study teacher for ten years, to teenage murderers, helped shape his life. "The Crazy Samaritan" is a, "must read" chapter. At age 52, Jones learned why he could never walk, when a doctor found a clue via a serendipitous case of the hiccups. Jones brags of his late father, who raised ten children by himself.
Allen Jones is a philosopher, funny, insightful, thought provoking, wise and controversial. Now ready to activate the activist; he must first win "Case Game."
To purchase a hard copy of this third edition of CASE GAME:
About the Author:
Allen Jones now age 54 was, a Bible study teacher to teenage murderers, rapist and game members from 1983 to 1993 at the San Francisco juvenile hall. From 1993 to the present, Jones has dedicated his life to that of prison reform activist, living in San Francisco. You can follow his prison reform campaign on his web blog: http://casegame.squarespace.com
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