Without fanfare or disastrous preliminaries, Jesus decides now is a good time to return to Earth. His purpose is pure, His intentions are good, and mankind's fate does not hang in the balance. Pure and simple, it is an experiment to see if He can make a difference by walking the Earth as an ordinary man.
As an average Joe, He surrounds himself with a small eclectic group of friends to help with His earthly endeavors. Their encounters and missions are comical and heartwarming. But will His presence on Earth be so strong that the experiment is an impossibility?
If His identity is discovered, will mankind embrace him? Or worse, will mankind reject Him, causing a repeat of history all over again?
This book wasn’t for you, but who do you think might enjoy it more?
People who don't know the true word of Christ.
What was most disappointing about Jacqueline Druga’s story?
Was highly offensive, and tries to turn the true nature of Christ into a new story of a Christ who couldn't make up his mind about his purpose in the trinity. What a load of bull-shit. The only book of hers I have ever returned.
What didn’t you like about George Kuch’s performance?
I listen at 3x speed so the reader doesn't matter to me.
You didn’t love this book... but did it have any redeeming qualities?
Any additional comments?
Stay away far away.
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