Morph

Morph : The Resurrection of Angels

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In Northern France in the late 1940's a team of archeologists uncovered an astonishing mummy from the late Neolithic Age. The truth of what they found could not be made public until sufficient evidence proved the discovery was not a fraud. When the truth was known, both science and religion were challenged as never before. What would happen if there really were angels? This book explores the possibilities as well as the implications of the resurrection of angels. The tale begins midway in the 20th Century and continues through the first quarter of the 21st.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 304 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 17.53mm | 530.7g
  • Createspace
  • English
  • Illustrations, black and white
  • 150754040X
  • 9781507540404

About Walter Anthony Dinteman

Walter Anthony Barringer Dinteman was born in West Virginia. His father, Walter Lee Barringer was adopted at ten years of age by James Dinteman who had married Lillian Montgomery Barringer, his widowed mother. Walter Anthony was a teacher and later a seller of college textbooks. He remained in academic publishing most of his career eventually heading a small staffing firm dedicated to the publishing industry. His previous publication, Zero Defect Hiring a Quick Guide to the Most Important Decisions Managers Have to Make (Pfeiffer, 2003) was among the first business books available in Kindle. Walter lives in Asheville where he is enjoying retirement in a solar house with three cats, Panda, Pansy, and Penny. Walter also enjoys traveling in the USA and Europe where he visits family and friends in Denmark whenever he can. Walter believes that science is all about questions; not what is known, but unknown. What mysteries of nature beckon us to explore? Raised by Edwardiann grandparents, he was taught that in polite company one did not discuss politics or religion. Perhaps, MORPH, is an ultimate rejection of that prohibition.show more