George L. Fouke

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Professor Fouke provides answers to the question “What has happened to the party of Lincoln?

George L. Fouke, Ph.D. is a retired political science and interdisciplinary studies professor.


Raised in six foster homes, but found opportunity at every turn in America. After earning degrees, Professor George L. Fouke taught interdisciplinary studies and became chairman of the department of Politics at St. Andrews Presbyterian College in Laurinburg, North Carolina.


He is the author of :

Damn the Warocracy: A Plea to Restore American Democracy


The Global Architecture of Survival: Lessons from the Jewish Experience


Who is Killing the Republican Party?  


James the Just, Brother of Jesus

 The Country Rabbi & The City Rabbi.  


George is preparing a memoir for publication.  


He lives in Florida with his wife Dot near grand and great-grandchildren.


Damn the Warocracy!

A Plea to Restore American Democracy



The Global Architecture of Survival:

Lessons from the Jewish Experience


The true story of James the Just, long-time leader of the Jerusalem Jesus Movement, told through historical and fictional characters. Professor Fouke spent ten years consulting more than 200 books and journals on this period in history, and gives new information and illuminating insight into the historical and political realities that confronted both Jesus and James in establishing Christianity.

James the Just, Brother of Jesus

Ananus ben Annas, the new High Priest, has arrested James the Just, brother

of Jesus and leader of the Jerusalem Jesus Movement, along with six of his church

leaders.

James knows the blood feud between the Annas clan of six former high priests and

the family of Jesus has resumed after an interlude of twenty years. The Annas clan

were responsible for the trial and death of Jesus, and James fears he’ll be next to die.

Leah, grand-niece of James the Just, ministers to her uncle in prison and works tirelessly to obtain his freedom. Through the intercession of Aaron, a young rabbi enamored with her, King Herod Agrippa II has promised to remove Ananus from office. But will he arrive in time to free the Holy Seven, as James and his followers are now known?

Will Leah return Aaron’s affections or will she choose Philip, nephew of the Apostle Paul, to whom she was once secretly betrothed? Or will she choose neither and follow the ministry of her grand-uncles Jesus and James?  


A Short Supplementary to

 James the Just, Brother of Jesus


A humorous, spirited debate about the meaning of life, faith, worship, cultures, and death in ancient Judea between two wandering storytellers, one a somber city rabbi, the other a laid-back country rabbi.    


The Country Rabbi & The City Rabbi


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