Acts of God (The Christ Clone Trilogy, #3)
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Acts of God (The Christ Clone Trilogy #3)

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Christopher Goodman, cloned from cells of Jesus Christ, ushers in a state of utopia on earth--but at what cost? After nearly six millennia of stagnation, humanity stands at the brink of its last evolutionary step. But it is a step that has come at a tremendous cost.
Hardcover, 416 pages
Published March 10th 2004 by FaithWords (first published 1998)
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Mike (the Paladin)
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Alan Myers
The best end times fiction I have ever read. This is what Left Behind should have been.

Read these books.
Mimi
Such a great trilogy and so much better than the Left Behind series!
Anthony
Absolutely the best written ficton of end times. A must read!
Amanda
Specifically for the Kindle edition: This book, thankfully, lacks all the problems that the second book contained concerning the end-notes and the text. So if the second installment made you a little bit crazy having to switch back and forth manually, you will be relieved to download this one and have it function correctly.

As I said about the first two installments in the series... This is definitely a book that makes you think, "What the f___ did I just read?" Some of the events that occur in t...more
Francesco
Vote: 3,25
Class: L-B1 (FP) (*)

(Third and last book of the Christ Clone Trilogy)

While the first book is a good novel, well written, full of action, plot twists and with believable characters and setting, the second book and finally this one are not so good:

- the world (3,25) is well described but it has less depth than in the first book;

- the characters (3,50) are less convincing and coherent, not always their actions or changes are well explained;

- the story (4,00) becomes the christian history...more
JT
Apr 17, 2007 JT rated it 3 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Religion
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So this kicks the pants off the money institution that is the "Left Behind" series. Although this book is in the same vein, it actually uses things into today's culture to show how prophecies in the book of Revelations can occur without all the obvious fire and brimstone everyone else is banking on. Today most Christians lack a sense of reality and really just long for the end to come to prove their faith the "best ever." They miss the true teachings they were asked to learn. (I'm a Christian as...more
Sheila
If you've read the first two books of this series, you are probably getting anxious to see where this trilogy is going. Well get ready!!! You will not be disappointed!!!! I will warn you, there are some pretty graphic sections of this book, and Mr. BeauSeigneur pulls no punches. But this book, number three of the series, is the absolute best one, and will have you totally enthralled and at the edge of your seat till the very last word. The best end times fiction that I have read!!!! Any fan of t...more
Dkolacinski
Even more disappointing than the first two.
Joel Daniel
This is a series that should be read rather than listened to in audiobook format. The footnotes are some of the most interesting parts. Written by someone who is use to writing official government papers, he knows the importance of giving frequent references to real world events. Even though the premise is stretching quite a bit, this series is one of the closest reasons of the end time scriptures that I've come across to my own. It projects everything in events that can be explained away by non...more
Jenna
Really, really liked this trilogy and the last book was a very satisfying conclusion. Especially good chapter of apologetics. I would love to read all the references this guy used to write this (in addition to the Bible, of course).
Kim
This is an incredible series. The first couple books you have to push yourself through them but it's really worth it the last book is amazing. I read this a few years ago and I still gets blipps of it once an awhile.
Joe Sewell
The idea presented in this trilogy interested me greatly, as I had wondered about something similar before. Beauseigneur does not disappoint.
Vanillahugz
Excellent book and very thought provoking !! Altho it is fiction it really makes you think and question things.
Jason
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Dostalik
A good climax to The Christ Clone Trilogy. Makes one truly reflect on ones true faith in the Lord.
Meredith Cottrell
Just as great as the other 2 with the best endung ever!
Roger Arnold
Excellent book! In fact I've read it twice.
John Darsey
Again, as good as I remembered
Tim Martin
interesting take on biblical prophesy
Matthew Hall
My favorite of the series
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James BeauSeigneur (shown here with his wife Geri) is the author of the Christ Clone trilogy: In His Image (SelectiveHouse, 1997), Birth of an Age (SelectiveHouse, 1997), and Acts of God (SelectiveHouse, 1998.) He is a former intelligence analyst for the National Security Agency and former newspaper publisher. He taught political science at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville, and in 1980 was...more
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