A Fine White Dust - Chapter 6: The Telling Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 6: The Telling Summary

The second night of the revival, Preacher Man had an even greater impact on Pete. The next morning, he didn't even bother with breakfast. He rode his bike down to the drugstore and was determined to sit there all day waiting for Preacher Man. Pete was disappointed to see Rufus coming. Rufus seemed almost like a stranger to Pete but to Rufus, Pete was still his good old friend. The only difference Rufus noticed in Pete was that he looked "dopey", a comment that didn't sit well with Pete.

When Pete told Rufus he was saved, the comment seemed to baffle Rufus. Just then Pete saw Preacher Man coming. Pete introduced Rufus to Preacher Man. They shook hands and the very straightforward Rufus asked if he had saved Pete. The Preacher corrected him—the Lord God Almighty had...

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