The Messiah Stones
by Irving Benig
Powerfully moving and relentlessly suspenseful, The Messiah Stones is a tale of the human spirit that offers both profound personal insights and a stunning message for the millennium. Fifty years ago, archaeologist Bill McGowan made an extraordinary discovery in the Holy Land--a set of carved, glowing stones that prophesized the coming of the messiah in the year 2000. But...more
Hardcover, Large Print, 325 pages
Published May 1st 1996 by Wheeler Publishing
(first published January 1st 1995)
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I throughly enjoyed this well written tale of faith, doubt, hope, death and redemption. A story of the light that resides in all of us if we dare to look. It is a voyage and the writing takes us on an adventure where every step has heightened anticipation of what will be revealed to the characters, and to us all. Personally found it odd that I should finish reading this book on Ash Wednesday.
This book was a real disappointment. The characters were not very believable or engaging, the theology was a mish-mash of Christianity and every other religion, and the plot was not very suspenseful. I picked it up on a whim from the library and I wish I had passed over it to something else.