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Cloning Christ: A Challenge of Science and Faith Hardcover – 2002
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Top Customer Reviews
While Max is visiting the Jerusalem area, an earthquake hits uncovering a buried cross. Max wonders if he holds the True Cross that Jesus was crucified on. If the answer is yes, could he clone the Christ from the bloodstains and hair remnants on it causing the Second Coming? In the Vatican Cardinal Anselm Mugant learns of the discovery in Israel. He plans to prevent Max from cloning the Christ by hiring an assassin The Scorpion to kill Max.
Though there are several subplots such as the "Fifth Crusade" that spins the reader away from this delightful inspirational tale, fans will relish this thriller. The tale is loaded with action yet uses the characters as symbols of mankind similar to a medieval passion play like Everyman. The cast represents the faithful, the disbelievers, the dividers (torn between science and religion) or the selfish. CLONING CHRIST brings the debate of religion vs. science to the forefront in an exciting manner that focuses on the sacredness of life.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I tried to restrain myself, since there are already a number of negative reviews, but I just can't hold myself back. Read morePublished on December 16, 2012 by Lavinia Adler
Another great book from one of NY's Best Selling author,Peter Senese. The story is about a geneticist,Max Train,whom he thought found the real cross where Jesus was crucified 2000... Read morePublished on June 7, 2012 by Willa Stock
Update: This author is still selling this with his false claims that he is a left behind father who never has been arrested for fraud. Read morePublished on April 4, 2010 by Liam Case Beistle
As both an author and reader of fiction I was impressed with (Cloning Christ.) The characters seemed real and the story line was a good one. Read morePublished on December 17, 2007 by Tommy Taylor
If only I had read the bad reviews, I would've saved some time because I agree with most of the things they say, the most important ones being (briefly):
1) Christ is... Read more
Cloning Christ is a very good story that deals with the human spirit and man's connection to God. Starting out, we are introduced to Dr. Read morePublished on April 2, 2006 by Thinking Scribe
I listened to this as an audio book. In retrospect, I should have checked it out from the library rather than purchasing it. Read morePublished on March 16, 2006 by N L Davis
What could have been an exciting read is weighed down by superfluous description... after description... after description. Read morePublished on March 1, 2005 by library lady