Paul Thompson, a lapsed Catholic, is departing for a weekend in Amsterdam with his university housemates – Roger, a non-religious liberal interested in pleasure seeking, and Sean, a theology student and Catholic with strong religious convictions. An unlikely group, they nevertheless head to the pubs and restaurants of Amsterdam, arguing and question life’s most important issues along the way.
As the conversation winds through the vivid setting of Amsterdam, Paul finds himself intellectually moved closer to his faith as the other two discuss. When a moral temptation is thrown into his path, Paul is left to his own internal debate: listen to my conscience or my appetite? Submit to the spirit or the flesh?
T. J. Dias presents a heated, fiery clash of opposing worldviews in this unique, thought-provoking novel.