John is a retired science professor who believes he has uncovered a cult conspiracy to brainwash the people in his town. After taking great precautions to protect himself from the group, he's confronted with a slew of letters from a man named Sam, who claims to work for them and insists on meeting John face to face. With no good options left, John takes matters into his own hands and decides to meet with Sam, if only to stop the harassment. What follows will alter John's reality, as his new companion takes him on a wild journey to explain the purpose of the group, as well as life itself. ""Jeff Morris has given us, in his new novel, a taut, tense labyrinth of personal struggle that works at several levels. It is full of atmosphere and mystery, by turns dystopian and hopeful, and as much as anything it captures the excitement of ideas and the possibilities of a transcendence beyond the rational."" --Jeff Mahoney, The Hamilton Spectator ""In A Moment of Time, Jeff Morris presents us with an engaging narrative that indirectly spurs the reader to consider the impossibility of living in this world without an awareness of the presence and purpose of the divine. Heartily recommended "" --Gerhard H. Visscher, Professor, Canadian Reformed Theological Seminary ""This short novel by Jeff Morris reminds us that the world is a place in which, 'although nothing seems symmetrical, everything seems to fit, ' and in so doing, encourages us to reawaken ourselves to the wonder and mystery of creation. An affirming, hopeful, and thought-provoking book."" --Tim Dejong, Baylor University Jeff Morris is a writer from Hamilton, Ontario, who has been studying philosophy and theology for over a decade. His writings have been featured in the Hamilton Spectator, the St. Catharines Standard, and dozens of local publications.