I'm skeptical that a book written from a secular perspective can be rewritten for the Christian market by just cleaning up the language. Christian fiction is in many ways a world unto itself. Most CBA publishers want fiction with a Christian World View (the capitalization is intentional). That means that the book must be written from a perspective that assumes: 1) Christianity* is correct, and 2) the solutions offered by Christianity are correct. This world view must permeate the entire book.My book can maybe be for the Christian market, not too sure. It deals with real life problems and has a optimistic ending. But there's swearing so, I would have to tone that down I think.