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The Sacred Gene by Ray LaVay

The Sacred Gene

by Ray LaVay

280 pages
The search for a possible gene that might hold a cure for all disease and eliminate aging.

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About the Book
In the Sacred Gene, LaVay presents a premise much more realistic than some contemporary stories. It is commonly acknowledged that brothers and sisters are more genetically identical to each other than children are to their parents. Based on this reasoning, Jesus the Christ would be genetically closer to his brothers and sisters than to his mother and father.
Presented as a non-stop action-thriller blended with genetic fact, LaVays novel asks what happened to the genetic line of Christ’s brothers and sisters. Has their line survived? Has the same Devine DNA recently been reactivated just when humanity needs it most? And who are the “people” left here on earth left co comfort us?
In a world where science and theology rarely agree, LaVay shows the double helix may not be the only mystery to intertwine mankind.

 

 

About the Author
Ray LaVay a North Alabama author and journalist spent his early adult years in and around the great change in the non-denominational Pentecostal movement mostly in Oklahoma. It was this movement which spurred his interest in Biblical history. LaVay spent some of early years with an uncle who was a minister that taught him about the Bible and the teachings of people like Oral Roberts. This together with his education in several Christian Universities gave him the tools that he needed to research this book. Today he continues the research on a daily basis, never ceasing to look and find the answers that have stumped mankind since the dawn of time.

 

 

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