THE RESURRECTION opens with a biotechnician who recently brought back the New Testament writers into the 21st Century by the use of reproductive cloning. Through a series of business meetings and friendly acquaintances, the main protagonist, Clark Ravensdale, feels the extreme divisive pressures from the scientific and religious communities.
Whether a physical resurrection expands scientific achievement or violates the supernatural, Clark remains neutral at Bancroft Enterprises, despite both forces seeking to make him support scientific advancement or protect the sanctity of life. Even with attempting to maintain his role as a maverick among these preconceived agendas, the influences from his climatic episodes from day-to-day dealing with Bancroft Enterprises forces Clark to make a decision.
The novel’s hypothesis of bio-ethical issues would be a satisfying addition to the medical and science fiction markets. This conventional platform allows readers to develop an engaged interest in science, miracles, and Christianity, all while attempting to understand humanity’s quest for the meaning of God. The RESURRECTION (85,000) reveals the motivating factors behind reproductive cloning and the potential dangers from making the wrong political and religious alliances that influence of modern science.