Beyond the Da Vinci Code - The Last Testament [NOOK Book]

Overview

Beyond the Da Vinci Code - The Last Testament, like The DaVinci Code, is a mystery about alternate theories of the story of the life, crucifixion and resurrection of Christ. The story begins with the discovery of a manuscript entitled, I Killed the Christ, in a sealed amphora in a secret chamber under the floor of a home which was buried under a mudslide following the eruption of Mt. Vesuvius in 79 AD. Bernard Columbi, an American archeologist, must determine whether the manuscript is real or fake, while dodging ...
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Beyond the Da Vinci Code - The Last Testament

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Overview

Beyond the Da Vinci Code - The Last Testament, like The DaVinci Code, is a mystery about alternate theories of the story of the life, crucifixion and resurrection of Christ. The story begins with the discovery of a manuscript entitled, I Killed the Christ, in a sealed amphora in a secret chamber under the floor of a home which was buried under a mudslide following the eruption of Mt. Vesuvius in 79 AD. Bernard Columbi, an American archeologist, must determine whether the manuscript is real or fake, while dodging the police and the Department of Antiquities which are intent upon suppressing the manuscript as a hoax. The manuscript was allegedly written by the Centurion in charge of the crucifixion who claims to have witnessed the actual resurrection of Christ. The tale, if true, would solve the question which has puzzled biblical scholars for centuries, why only one gospel reflects the story of the repentant thief, that gospel having been written by Luke the Evangelist who was not present at the crucifixion. The film script combines mystery, faith, fast action and humor as the story of the Centurion, Gaius Lucius, unfolds as read by Columbi. It is a must-read for Christians seeking to reconnect with their faith. The story is written as a screenplay. To seek rights to produce email at .
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940148258124
  • Publisher: Gregory Lavelle
  • Publication date: 1/8/2014
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 130 KB

Meet the Author

Gregory J. Lavelle is a Christian and has been President of the Trustees of the Maple Heights Presbyterian Church for over thirty-five years. Lavelle is an attorney admitted to the Supreme Court of the United States and a professor of human resources. Lavelle is also a professional playwright and director as well as a film and stage actor. Lavelle lives with his wife, Liz, the love of his life in North Olmsted, Ohio
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