Eye Witness (Book One):
A Fictional Tale of
|"For the message of the cross is
foolishness, to those
who are perishing, but to those who are saved,
it is the power of God."
I Corinthians 1:18
Amid all the violence and chaos that
is the Middle East, a tomb is discovered by seismic researchers
beneath the foundations of present day Jerusalem. The tomb is dated
from the first century A.D., and contains a number of scroll jars
with remarkably preserved documents from this period. Unfortunately,
none of the experts in Paleographics, which the Israeli government
has called in, can decipher the text. As a last resort they turn
to Dr. Terry Harper, known around the world as "The Bone Man",
(from his TV specials), to help solve this mystery.
What Dr. Harper finds is, a first
person, eyewitness account of Jesus final week in Jerusalem, which
is written in the original author's hand, (no transcriptions of
transcriptions over the centuries). Will it confirm or discount
the Gospel accounts of this event that have guided people for thousands
of years? Only Dr. Harper has the key to unlocking this mystery
sharing it may cost him his life.
At its core, Eye Witness presents a never before seen, fully illustrated
version of the Passion Story of Jesus. Inspired by medical evidence
that supports many of the descriptions of Jesus' sufferings during
the Passion, Eye Witness will combine the spiritual nature of the
Gospel's version, along side the medical and archeological evidence
available to modern man. The motivations of the key supporting characters
from this event are also examined, in an attempt to help the reader
understand how things occurred the way they did and why.
A wonderful vehicle for exposing readers
to the teachings and sacrifice of Jesus, Eye Witness faithfully
adapts the Biblical story, while taking the reader in an exciting
journey of discovery of what took place between the lines of this
"I loved the book! It moves well and remains
faithful to scripture.
I'm not an expert in archeology, but I can tell you've
done your homework."
Pastor-Crescent Presbyterian Church
Author-"Who Needs a Superhero?"