“The Resurrection by H.A. Parker tells a story that forces you to examine your own personal convictions regarding science and religion. As a science teacher, I can understand the almost fanatical belief held by the scientists and their goal to resurrect the disciples. The main character, Clark, has had his faith in God challenged and he clings to science as an acceptable way to process the world. At the same time, his life has become void of everything. He lives alone, has few, if any, friends and he is very devoted to his job and his enigmatic boss.
Suddenly becoming the “keeper” of the resurrected disciples, Clark quickly discovers many of their ideas about them were wrong and he is faced with the faith and religion he turned his back on for science. He also comes to realized that things are not as he believed with his boss and he wonders if they are doing the right thing.”