In His Image (The Christ Clone Trilogy, #1)

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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

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  • In His Image (The Christ Clone Trilogy, #1)
  • James BeauSeigneur
  • English
  • 08 October 2019
  • 9781402537240

10 thoughts on “In His Image (The Christ Clone Trilogy, #1)

  1. says:

    Unabridged audio.I was torn between 3 and 4 stars hereI finally went with 4 This is an interesting premise, live cells found on the Shroud of Turin are cloned The resulting child named Christopher the scientist who clones him is an atheist and named the boy after Christopher Columbus rather than Christ He is to be the first and begin a new world I became very interested in these books and do recommend them.By the way these are frankly Christian novels and while I don t have a lot of arguments with their view of Christianity and scripture, I wouldn t suggest getting your theology from here, at least not here alone I don t however think there is anything here that will offend most Christian readers They are fairly interesting, absorbing, well done, and respectful of Christ I d say they fit neatly into what might be called mainline Christian thought.Still these are well written enough that non Christians will find an interesting story and get an absorbing read I include this information for those who might be annoyed simply at a Christian read and also of course for those who are looking for a Christian read There are quite a number of Christian novels concerning prophetic events out there, I think these are some of the best and are good novels not just good Christian novels.I don t give 4 stars lightly, it means that I truly enjoyed the book 5 star reads for me mean that the book may be on my favorites list or at least doesn t miss it by much So, an excellent novel and very readable Recommended.

  2. says:

    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 that everyone else is banking on Today most Christians lack a sense of reality and really just long for the end to come and prove their faith the best ever As a majority Christians miss the true teachings they are asked to learn I m a Christian as well, so I m not saying anything other than the truth about a group of people I choose to be a part of This book does a hell of a job showing the character that is to become the antichrist truly being a pawn This character shows how easily we humans can stray from the truth, even if it is with the best of intentions This book trilogy is so well written on so many levels that it should be read in church groups with the intention of it being broken down and discussed Without questioning who we are and what we believe, we are nothing greater than sheep being lead by the wolves If you want a read that gets you too look at the end of days in a new light, really getting you to see a new apocolyptic inturpretation that may be an afterthought to the sheeple , this it Marc, that sheeple is for you buddy where did you hear it

  3. says:

    A Quickie ReviewDespite its supposed popularity, the Left Behind series is rather poorly written and hard to get through after just six books, I had to give up I had read online that the Christ Clone trilogy was a much better account of the end times, so, when I saw it on the sale rack at my local library, I picked it upand, I have to say, the online commentators were right Much better writing, a superior story, and an intriguing premise all made for great reading Here s hoping that I can find the other installments in the seriesand soon.Score 4 5

  4. says:

    Very good fiction, but I warn you only read if you are going to read all three of the trilogy.

  5. says:

    Post Listen Review In my quest to listen to all of the audiobooks in the fiction section in my local library I have come across a few odd books This is on the weirder side of most of them The one with the seagull shape shifting detective excepted I apologize for any misspellings of religious icons in advance, you ll have to bear with me much in the same way I had to bear with the idea of this story.So here is the basic idea of the book The Shroud of Turin was found in the 1980 s and a journalist goes to report on it, undercover as an assistant to some professor When they get back life goes on and all is good Then we fast forward some decades and the professor has found some human cells that were still living on the Shroud and he decides logically to clone them Turns out he cloned Jesus Yes that Jesus.In the book the professor who does it says he thinks they are leftover cells from some alien species Crazy right Well how about the idea that you could clone Jesus I find that utterly absurd But ok the author gets a pass on that But he goes to great length to explain that a clone doesn t have the same experiences as its original so it won t be the same person Yet throughout the whole book the cloned kid is having flashbacks of being Jesus So then he isn t a clone right there but this is called the Jesus Clone Trilogy The author should look up what is and is not a clone.A few years pass and there is this weird event where millions of people die from some unnamed illness It s not like they are swept up because they are religious or whatever, they just die Jesus clone doesn t die though He instead finds the journalist who messed around with the Shroud Because the guy who cloned him told him to do that if anything happened to him Well, if you are a clone of Jesus, naturally what you want to do most in the world is um intern at the United Nations.The journalist goes to Isreal at some point and is captured by some militant group But first it is explained that the Shroud of Turin that was carbon dated to prove that it was not old enough to be that Shroud really is the Shroud because, of course, the Ark of the Covenant is really a time machine box that the Shroud was placed in The same journalist that was like, psshh aliens, goes holy moly that explains it So crazy equals aliens, not crazy equals a magical time machine box that kills people when they look at it.Luckily for the journalist the Jesus clone has learned to astral project and frees him from the militant group.More years go by and bad stuff happens so the Jesus clone becomes an Italian citizen and then an ambassador to the U.N.Then we learn some weird stuff like that John the Apostle is still wandering around and it was really him not Judas that betrayed Jesus or something and we know it because the clone of Jesus remembers it that way.Then the Jesus clone wanders in the desert for forty days and brings back this guy who I wasn t exactly clear on who he was or what he was for While he is out there, nuclear war begins and things get really bad.But here is the strangest thing about this book It is well written If the author could have left off all the crazy Jesus cloning garbage and just focused on the global politics that are going on, he could be another Tom Clancy But I guess he wanted to make up a story about cloning Jesus instead.I really hope the library does not carry the follow ups to this one.Pre listen guess I am not sure what I will think about this book but I am a bit skeptical about the description on the back Something about Jesus being cloned We ll see.

  6. says:

    I picked this book up on advice from a friend who knew I was interested in Christian literature, particularly work focusing on the end times testimonies of John, Paul, and Daniel That said, I should also mention that I have never read the Left Behind books, and I am not aware of any other series that strictly follows biblical prophecy Surprisingly, even works that deal specifically with the Antichrist, usually manage to contradict the very passages of text that they are attempting to fulfill So, with no other fiction with which to compare these books, I can judge them alone on the strength of the writing itself, and on how creatively the prophecies are interpreted by the author James BeauSeigneur executes both of these flawlessly Like fellow thriller writer Dan Brown, BeauSeigneur has an occasional tendency to get bogged down in details, particularly when supernatural events are depicted as scientifically explainable phenomena Aside from these minor digressions however, the writing is solid and gripping, and his characterizations are fluid and evolving, especially in the case of major characters like Decker Hawthorne the narrator , Christopher Goodman Decker s adopted son and the central figure of the trilogy , and Robert Milner Christopher s spiritual mentor.Though these books work best as a trilogy, they each tell a different type of story In His Image is about Christopher s origins and ascension within the United Nations Birth of an Age deals with the major prophecies and conflict that arise to challenge Christopher and Acts of God concludes the trilogy with the arrival of the Beast and his final war against God s followers Despite the vast difference in the events of each book, BeauSeigneur succeeds in maintaining a consistent, authoritative, and above all, neutral narrative I recommend these books to thriller fans, and anyone who finds apocalypse literature intriguing.

  7. says:

    After a promising start detailing the 1970s scientific exploration of the Shroud of Turin, this book devolves into what seems to random episodes scattered throughout the world and not pertaining to what the book is supposed to be about The idea of a human being cloned from the blood found on the Shroud of Turin, who may or may not be a clone of Christ, is incredibly interesting, but this is not dealt with for most of the book Rather, we get a lot of political manuevering between countries and politictians, with the clone in the background until near the end When the clone does start to do stuff, it seems like it s an afterthought This book is also rather annoying to the degree that over thirty years take place, with huge gaps in the narrative It ll be cooking along with an interesting part of the story and then the chapter ends, with the new chapter saying 13 years later, or some such number I m still wondering what happened to one particular character which we left off in the middle of the book and haven t seen since Some really important things are glossed over with throwaway lines or descriptions the clone s awakening to who he may be, for example, is told to us, rather than shown us, and is therefore weaker for it The gaps are annoying because we don t get to see the characters having to deal with the problems they re encountering as they re happening We get ten years later and the ramifications of what happened, but not the actual event It s as if the author was trying to get as much as he could into the first book in case the others in the series didn t get picked up for publishing This one volume could have been carried over into at least two and fleshed out the characters and situations that are glossed over Still, the idea is sufficiently intriguing and the ending interesting enough for me to pick up the next one and see if it gets better.

  8. says:

    Quite good on the whole, but like almost all American Christian fiction, it is absolutely PACKED with Republican propaganda and prejudiced poorly informed stereotypes about nations other than the US Also like most books on this theme, it is pre trib , the dominating view of the Rapture in the US, but not in Europe If you can t stand pre trib, pass on this book There were some factual errors nothing major but things that most educated people this side of the Atlantic knows For goodness sake, Christian authors If you are not sure, check your facts before you write it in a book that is being published If you write about another country, locate somebody from there and get them to fact check it And why don t editors pick up stuff like this I knocked off one star for that because it s distracting and annoying The plot itself was actually good It didn t fully follow the standard story line for Rapture books, something I also appreciated What I mean is, the disappearance of the Christians happened in a different way than how it normally happens in these types of books I didn t think the characters were terribly engaging, but that may simply be because the main character was a middle aged male American journalist not exactly a group I can easily identify with Sadly, there is a complete lack of credible and interesting female characters in the book 10 10 for keeping the suspense regarding Christopher up I really couldn t figure out until the end of the first book whether he was good or bad As Christian fiction goes, this is absolutely top 10% though.

  9. says:

    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 Christ followers.

  10. says:

    I went through this phase of reading all kinds of Christian literature I don t think it matters either way, but just so you know I m not a religious person I was just fascinated with the Book of Revelation Pretty much everything I read ended up being lame or preachy But this trilogy was AMAZING If you re looking for a good end times story, here it is It s what the Left Behind series wanted to be But it was better OH so much better.

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