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Book details
  • Genre:BODY, MIND & SPIRIT
  • SubGenre:Ancient Mysteries & Controversial Knowledge
  • Language:English
  • Pages:165
  • eBook ISBN:9781623094867

Revival

by Jack Chandler

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Overview
On a dig in the Holy Land, archaeologist Elizabeth Rosen discovers a sealed urn which is ultimately found to contain the personal writings of Jesus of Nazareth. While the translated scrolls confirm much of the New Testament, they also contain surprising evidence that suggests that Jesus was more human than anyone expected. Revival tells Rosen's story of revelation in the wake of her discovery.
Description
On a dig in the Holy Land, archaeologist Elizabeth Rosen discovers a sealed urn which is ultimately found to contain the personal writings of Jesus of Nazareth. While the translated scrolls confirm much of the New Testament, they also contain surprising evidence that suggests that Jesus was more human than anyone expected. Revival tells Rosen's story of revelation in the wake of her discovery. Most of the world's Christians rejoice at Rosen's discovery. American politicians and evangelical leaders capitalize on its existence to repeal the First Amendment and establish Christianity as the national religion. When Rosen objects, the government declares her to be a heretic. Rosen flees and gathers a following of people interested in returning to Jesus's message.
About the author
Jack Chandler was born in 1946 in Mississippi, in the first wave of Baby Boomers. The son of a teacher and an automobile dealer, he spent much of his childhood in rural Williamsville under the careful tutelage of his grandfather in the outdoor arts. An aspirant journalist, he served on the staff of his nationally acclaimed high school newspaper and literary magazine and won recognition from his peers for his short fiction. His high school counselor advised him to study law, but he surprisingly found physics to be more fun. Holder of engineering degrees from Mississippi State University and the University of Washington, he was well respected in the nuclear power industry before his retirement in 2012. As an Air Force pilot, Chandler flew 144 mostly clandestine combat missions over Southeast Asia in the AC-119G Shadow, earning the Distinguished Flying Cross and several Air Medals for meritorious service. He has been an engineer, a flight instructor, a headhunter, a folk singer, a salesman, a Sunday School teacher, and a community leader. Having lived in Ohio, Missouri, Louisiana, Texas, Washington, and Idaho, he now lives on the Pacific Northwest coast and divides his spare time between sailing and fly fishing for trout in mountain streams.
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