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THE SINKING OF NOAH'S ARK by TRYS DAN ROBERTS

Summary

The Sinking of Noah's Ark is more than a novel. Its mystical prose touches on the traditional hot buttons of Theology, Philosophy, Evolutionary Psychology, Sprituality, Anthropology and other academic fields. During Noah's first semster of a Graduate Program, his father dies in a boating accident. On the way home, the distraught Noah has a car wreck that changes his life.

When Noah wakes, he finds himself in a foreign courtroom where he must defend God and prove that the creation of humans was not an intended evil act. Within the trial, Noah is reunited with his brother in a playground. During the time he spends with Aidan, Noah is forced to examine the choices he made in life ... and the nature of free will. The Sinking of Noah's Ark focuses on human nature, spirituality and the concept of the "true self."

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The Sinking of Noah's Ark
by Trys Dan Roberts

Virtual Bookworm
September 1, 2002
ISBN #1589392191
120 pages
Paperback
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