Was Jesus of Nazareth truly the Son of God?
A clay tablet from the 1st Century is found in the ruins of a village in Israel, with writing on it-from the 21st Century. Solving the mystery of the Pyramids, a unique form of gold found on the moon during the Apollo 17 mission, and the Zodiac Constellations-a group of scientists and archeologists uncover a travel corridor-in time to the year 30AD. Is this group for real? Or is it all a ruse to hide a terrorist cell planning massive mayhem and destruction? The Department of Homeland Security wants to know. One determined person, along with an avowed atheist, journey back to 1st Century Israel to find the evidence of who Jesus really was. Was he a man with his own agenda? Was he a deluded prophet? Or was he the Son of God? An unexpected traveler journeys with them bent on a private mission of self-justification and revenge.
What they discover and reveal, will not only change their lives-but will impact the course of human history forever.
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Reviewed by Melinda Hills for Readers' Favorite David Kincaid is a young man for whom life no longer has meaning. As he is about to jump into the tumultuous waters of the Niagara River, he hears a voice that tells him ‘beneath the turbulence there is peace.’ This is the beginning of an amazing quest for David in Beneath the Turbulence, a fantastic new Christian-based historical fiction novel by D.K. Levick. A bizarre archaeological discovery brings David together with some of the world’s top scientists as they attempt to send David and Barosh, a Rabbi, back in time to meet Jesus of Nazareth. Of course, the entire operation is under scrutiny by ever-present government agents, and the chances of success seem slim. David and Barosh do, in fact, translate to the last year of Jesus’s life and many surprises are in store for them as they meet with historical figures, fight Romans, and become involved in the politics and turbulence that dominated the time period. The question is, will they rise above it all or succumb to the hardships of the era? Science fiction meets the Gospel in this fabulous story that combines the latest in scientific theory with 2,000 years of government intrigue and the eternal yearnings of the human soul. D.K. Levick masterfully depicts life in the first century as clearly as he explains time travel and other advanced scientific phenomena. He brings it all together in Beneath the Turbulence as a story full of love and hope. With characters that are so real you feel you know them personally, the story moves with purpose to an amazing conclusion that will leave you truly contemplating the depth and commitment of your own beliefs. Wonderful story - quite moving and definitely interesting.