Today, the Star of Bethlehem is still pointing the way to Jesus; it wasn't just a sign for a lowly group of shepherds or an elite group of wise men. And it isn't the only star carrying a message to humankind. There's also four additional morning stars:
- two future stars,
- the Ten Commandments star,
- the Adam and Eve star,
- plus one evening star.
Using an astronomy program and one of the world's most ancient texts-the Holy Bible-based on Webster's version of the King James Bible-Joe Adcock unlocks the mystery of stars and what they reveal about time-and more specifically your future.
That is the premise of Tic, Tic, Tic, Tic, Tic, which is part astronomy, part inspiration, and part theology. Adcock's passions for sailing, the Bible, and science converge with the help of a secondhand computer to unlock details about events that date back to the Garden of Eden and reveal truths about events yet to happen.
In reading Tic, Tic, Tic, Tic, Tic, you will discover the strong connection between astronomy and scripture and what that relationship reveals about your past, your present, and your future.
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About the Author
When he's not studying the stars or Scripture, Joe Adcock can be found sailing or spending time with his partner and wife, Barbara. He makes his home in Southern California. Tic, Tic, Tic, Tic, Tic is his first book.