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This is the first book in an exciting new fiction trilogy inspired by the exposure of academic bias against Intelligent Design and creationism, as documented in Ben Stein’s excellent film, Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed.
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FBI agent Dinah Harris no longer wants field work, but despite her struggles with alcohol and depression, her superiors require her assistance with the sudden disappearance of the Secretary of the Smithsonian, Thomas Whitfield. The discovery of Whitfield’s body in the trunk of a wrecked car confirms foul play, and Dinah becomes embroiled in a no-holds-barred high-profile murder case that threatens to shake the very foundations of the academic establishment. Will Dinah be silenced by a ruthless enemy before she can unravel the mystery and experience the redemptive power of Christ?
This is the first book in an exciting new fiction trilogy! Includes an ongoing “debate” about creation that informs as it entertains.
Why a book about creationism? “Ken Ham is a friend of ours and I was aware of the persecution and derision he and his colleagues face for standing up for the truth,” Cave said. “I then imagined what would happen if someone in a high-profile position decided to espouse this position. . . . I hope to show that there doesn’t need to be blind faith in Christianity, and that there are answers for such questions such as ‘why does God allow suffering?’ ‘what about millions of years?’ and ‘isn’t evolution a fact?’”
Julie Cave is a Christian Australian author determined to share the authority of the Bible and love of God. By writing fiction, she teaches both the Christian and skeptic the power of God's word and the saving love of Christ.
“ I encourage homeschoolers to obtain these as required reading for your high schoolers (even upper middle school). Great reading with a strong AiG message. ”