Blood of Heaven

Blood of Heaven

Book - 1996
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What if the DNA of Jesus Christ was discovered and cloned in another human?What if that human was a killer?Mysterious blood has been discovered on the remains of an ancient religious artifact. Some believe it is the blood of Christ. And experiments with specific genes from the blood have brought surprising findings. Now it's time to introduce those genes into a human.Enter Michael Coleman: multiple killer, death-row resident . . . and, if he is willing, human guinea pig.There are no promises. The effects may kill Coleman or completely destroy his sanity. He agrees to the experiment, with results so astonishing that the research must continue-but not in prison. Given a new identity and new employer, Kathryn Lyon, Coleman reenters society. And that's when a plot far darker than science alone could construct begins to emerge.Blood of Heaven is a nonstop page-turner that looks deep into the heart of man, examining the nature of good and evil, flesh versus spirit, and the ever-growing controversy over genetically determined behavior.
Publisher: Grand Rapids, Mich. : Zondervan, c1996.
ISBN: 9780310251101
0310251109
Branch Call Number: Fic Myer
Characteristics: 376, 36 p. ; 18 cm.

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edwardspanda79
Jan 03, 2020

I read this book two times and it made me cry every time. this is my favorite book. Personally I don't believe that what ever direction that bill Myers is going in isn't a good one. Sure i do believe that he has the right thought and a good mind set. He is after all my favorite author but i think that creating book on the bible and tuning into fiction isn't one of the bet things that you could be doing with your time. you could be writing about the masearetics and how the kjv, niv, and every bible that we have now are wrong. Look up the video on you tube-were the pyramids built before or after the flood?- just a warning some of his stuff is very far fetched. but it is a great study.

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