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Minister and Author Paul Stephen Trittin Releases an Arresting Novel About a Eunuch

The author exhibits his book in the Americas’ largest book expo in Mexico.


Father’s prejudices would never allow him to understand that at a very early age, Josephus and I knew we would never have any interest in the opposite sex. It had become obvious that Father did not approve of a love relationship between equals.

Christian minister and author Paul Stephen Trittin gives readers a more accepting outlook toward eunuchs in his novel “Jacobus – A Eunuch’s Faith: The Apprentice.” Published by Author Reputation Press, the story follows a very touching story of Jacobus, a eunuch who has a twin brother named Josephus. He is contracted by his father to relatives so he will be an apprentice for the family’s shipping business.
Trittin’s intent in writing the novel is to help rectify the problem of erroneously identifying eunuchs and holding false inferiority against them. In the story’s Preface written by Rev. Dr. Marvin G. Baker, the book provides a short history of eunuchs throughout time. During the 21st century BC humanity knew how to control a man by removing his testicles. Taking away man’s important organ not only injured him physically but caused him to lose his dignity, break his dreams of a family, and encumber his self-confidence. Through the years castration has been consistently employed as a price for crimes and a sense of guilt. That makes the major cause of the problem associated with the term eunuch. The process is irreversible and leads to impotence and a loss of sexual identity most of the time.
In the story, preaching isn’t abound and lecturing is nonexistent, but Trittin’s characters have certainly something to spread love.
Readers are emboldened to eliminate a sense of inequality and inferiority toward eunuchs as Paul Stephen Trittin displays his book at the 2019 Guadalajara International Book Fair. The grandest gathering of writers and book aficionados is slated on November 30, 2019 to December 4, 2019 in Guadalajara, Mexico. Don’t this one of a kind event of the year!
“Jacobus – A Eunuch’s Faith: The Apprentice” is now available in all bookshops everywhere and at online stores such as Amazon, Walmart, eBay, and Barnes & Noble. Get a copy today before it runs out!
Jacobus – A Eunuch’s Faith: The Apprentice
Author | Paul Stephen Trittin
Publisher | Author Reputation Press
Published Date | May 27, 2019
Genre | Historical Fiction
ISBN-13 | 978-197008107-7
Paperback Price | $12.99
About the Author
Paul Stephen Trittin is a Southern California native born in 1946. He finished college at Vanguard University in Costa Mesa, California and then served the US Army in Congressional Liaison during the Vietnam era. He was appointed Vice President for three family-run corporations in Los Angeles and Director of Operations at Life Publishers International in Miami. Trittin also became the first non-Flemish to participate in National Flemish Art Exhibition in Belgium. He co-founded the Gay Christian Fellowship, chaired the Tweener Ministries, and sponsored international competitions for high school students to write or illustrate children’s books. A former closeted gay Christian from pre-puberty to 2009, Trittin is currently the Vice President of Agape World Mission, Inc., a compassion ministry founded to rescue throw-away children in Uganda, East Africa.

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