Monday, January 30, 2017

The Messiah by Vincent Scarsella



Scarsella's newest book was released January 28.  He's best known for his Lawyers Gone Bad series, but personally I'm a fan of his Psi Academy series.

I'm really interested to see how this book compares with Duncan Whitehead's Reluctant Jesus.  If anyone reads them both, please let us know!

I've been told that for you hard copy readers, it's in the works and should be coming soon.  Right now it's only available on Kindle.

Update:  This has been released in hard copy!  Go here!

Description:

“If you’d come today you could have reached the whole nation, Israel in 4 BC had no mass communication...”

What if a Jesus-like preacher came today? Would his message of peace and love be heard by the masses? Would they reject their beliefs and adopt those he espouses calling them to do and think things that improve the lives of their fellow man, enhance the survival of the human species and bring humanity closer to a comprehension of God? Would they seek to overthrow the ruling elite and establish the Kingdom of God on Earth?
“The Messiah” chronicles the meteoric rise of such a Jesus-like preacher, one Cristos Pantera, a direct descendant of Jesus Christ, whose revolutionary message threatens the Supremacy, the elite of bankers, corporations, priests, and politicians that for centuries has secretly ruled the world. But as Pantera’s fame and influence grows to frightful proportions, the Supremacy decides to do to him what they have done to other messiahs who threatened their rule - crucify him. In a thrilling climax, one wonders if they have succeeded, or will he rise from the dead?

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