Who hasn't read the biblical account of creation without entertaining imaginary thoughts and speculations of what might have taken place between the lines of the actual events recorded? This historical novel takes the reader into the Garden of Eden to experience what it may have been like to be Adam and Eve. While weaving together the actual and imagined events, the author brings to light the meanings and truths behind the wonderful symbols and metaphors that introduce the themes of the entire bible.
The Adam Chronicles captures the pristine condition of Eden and the subsequent catastrophe to follow. It will capture your childlike imagination in the purity and perfection of God's creation and will draw you into the living hope that is weaved into God's ultimate victory in Christ.--John Stolwyk Speaker and Director of Eminent Grace For Daily Living.
"A spoonful of sugar," it's said, "helps the medicine go down " For many readers--committed Christians as well as those still seeking--this work is, to mix metaphors, a sweet tugboat that will help guide the formidable ship SS Good News into the eternally safe harbor of personal belief. From the sensual joy of Creation to the shattering tragedy of the Fall, the bitter exile from Eden to the promise of ultimate redemption, imagining penetrates between the lines of the sometimes austere and forbidding language of Scripture, thrusting the reader into a personal, emotion-filled experience that suggests the way it was, dissolving the distance of thousands of years. The Adam Chronicles transports readers into a realm where they can see, feel, touch, and smell the beginning of God's mighty journey with humankind.--Mark Winheld, Author and Literary Critic