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Cowboy Revelations Challenges Church Leaders With Questions That We All Want Answers To.

Stigler, OK, May 8, 2009 - Kelly Palmer is not your typical author. He is just your average cowboy who was led by God one night to write a book he has titled Cowboy Revelations; A Voice Crying in the Wilderness. In it, Palmer challenges church leaders with difficult questions about their teachings, and discusses other sensitive subjects that are bound to either offend or enlighten.

Palmer states, “If a church is doing something the Bible clearly says not to do, why can’t we ask why?” In this book, Palmer does ask why and feels that the answers are long overdue. Palmer asks questions like: Why do you call one another Father, when in Matthew 23:9, Jesus said not to? Palmer challenges not only Catholic churches, but Protestant churches as well, to read and answer the important questions that are in his book.

Cowboy Revelations also addresses issues of homosexuality, illegal aliens, abortion, and failures in the U.S. government concerning religion. In short, Cowboy Revelations covers a wide range of important controversial issues and questions that are not going to go away if ignored.

About the book:
Cowboy Revelations by Kelly Palmer
ISBN: 978-1432712259 Publisher: Outskirts Press Date of publish: March 27, 2009
Pages: 103 S.R.P.: $12.95

About the author:
Kelly Palmer owns and operates a ranch in rural southeastern Oklahoma, where he resides with his wife, Carrie, and his three boys, Logan, Jake, and Augustus. Cowboy Revelations is his first novel.