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|Birth of an Age
by James BeauSeigneur
Published by SelectiveHouse Publishers, Inc., 1997 (Republished by Warner Faith, 2003)
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Recommended by: Greg Slade
This is the second book in the Christ Clone Trilogy. (The other two books are In His Image and Acts of God.) In it, Christopher Goodman, the clone grown from cells found on the Shroud of Turin, has grown to manhood, and is elected the Secretary-General of the United Nations. Yet, rather than gathering all power into his own hands, as would be expected of the coming tyrant, he repeatedly insists that the coming New Age must be brought about by the efforts of all the people working together.
Some people may well find this a disturbing book. Goodman is portrayed so sympathetically, and his message is so compellingly delivered, that to be honest, I began to wonder if BeauSeigneur isn't really a New Ager, and only using the "End of the World" genre to gain a hearing for the New Age "gospel" among Christian readers. (February, 2000)
James took part in an online interview in March, 2000.
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