Item description for The Dead Sea Conspiracy: Teilhard De Chardin and the New American Church by James K. Fitzpatrick...
Overview God is Dead. The Social Gospel. Liberation Theology. Neo-Modernism. Massive defections from the Priesthood. Deserted convents. Teilhard de Chardin. * Is there a connection? Sometimes the most troubling questions can be asked only in a work of fiction. * What if secret archaeological evidence about the Resurrection and Ascension of Jesus had been found among the Dead Sea Scrolls? * What if a cabal within the most powerful order of priests in the Catholic Church was in possession of this secret? * What if Teilhard de Chardin was the central figure in the conspiracy? * What if this secret about Our Lord motivated the modern world's search for a New World Order? * What would it mean for the Catholic Church and Christians everywhere? * What would those who hold the secret do to prevent its disclosure?
Publishers Description A New York stockbroker stumbles upon evidence about the resurrection of Jesus Christ that could shake Christianity to its foundations. What conspiracy exists in the Catholic Church to hide the evidence and how does this affect the New World Order? A compelling dramacould it come true?
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Studio: Winepress Publishing
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.96" Width: 6.06" Height: 0.57" Weight: 0.79 lbs.
Release Date Feb 26, 2002
Publisher WINEPRESS PUBLISHING #1453
ISBN 1579213936 ISBN13 9781579213930
Reviews - What do customers think about The Dead Sea Conspiracy: Teilhard De Chardin and the New American Church?
Catholic sleuthing May 11, 2002
Excellent plot and memorable characters. Combines the suspense of a well planned heist with an interesting dollop of theology. Contemporary and relevent.
The Dead Sea Conspiracy Apr 20, 2002
This is a great read. It not only makes you think about the real theological issue, but it also moves like a Pete Hammil street-wise story. It is also uplifting when you see how Catholicism can help you be a better person without really trying.