By Bruce Dow
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Published: June 30, 2011
Words: 75,350 (approximate)
Terra 1 is a religious thriller, set at the dawn of mankind, moving inexorably through to Biblical times. Jesus Christ is a pivotal character in our story; portrayed in a fresh and compelling manner, which will astound.
Since time immemorial, Man has pondered the nature of being. Who are we? Where did we come from? Where are we going? What is mankind's destiny?
The Bible proclaims that God created man in his own image. The fundamentalists believe, literally, that God created all things, inanimate and animate in six days, and rested on the seventh day.
The Darwinian view, in its many guises, posits that all life forms, including Man evolved from a primordial chemical stew. There is a commonality of atoms, they say. Man is simply a more highly evolved animal.
What if neither of these belief systems are true?
What if the provenance of Man and the events surrounding his time on Earth have another explanation, both compelling and sinister?
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