The Second Coming Of Da Vinci : Real Lost Symbols Of The Bible
"YOU ARE GOING TO BURN IN HELL FOREVER!" Quite an opening line for a work of fiction - and, as it turns out - you can expect a good read from there on out (with an ending you won't see coming). The story surrounds a Hindu boy who converts to Christianity - out of a deep desire to save himself from a hell very real to him. As a grown man, he stumbles into an incident which not only embroils him in disillusionment towards his faith but creates deep conflict. Making matters worse, this same conflict causes the young Christian convert to stand on the very edge of an abyss that threatens to engulf him: that of losing his faith in Christ - and God Himself... The Second Coming of Da Vinci: Real Lost Symbols of the Bible presents an riveting fiction work: one that provokes profound thought within the highly personalized context and experiences of a single individual. This is an ideas-driven, richly textured novel, weaving in and out of Eastern and Western philosophies, connecting the facts revealed for both. A powerfully moral book, it concerns itself with the choices one makes in life. While the casual reader enjoys the fictional nature of the work, conversely the serious reader appreciates the simplicity with which the facets of deep spirituality are made. Without going into deep theological comparisons, The Second Coming of Da Vinci comes to the aid of those who desire to delve deep in the subject of religiosity. The Second Coming of Da Vinci answers the human inquiry surrounding God and religion - decoding the truly lost symbols. And in so doing, invites one and all to open their hearts to love and in turn, to living itself.
- Paperback | 344 pages
- 127 x 203 x 20mm | 372g
- 16 Mar 2010
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- North Charleston SC, United States
About Sam S Nath
Sam S. Nath was born in India, lived in France and the United States of America and raised in a multi-cultural and multi-ethnic environment. Ever present was the religious commandment, "Truth is One, but the sages speak of it by many names." This rang particularly true growing up with Muslims, Christians, Sikhs, Jains and Buddhists - where he was exposed to and experienced these various religions directly through his friends and their families. From this rich backdrop come his insights into the truth about all religions, love and life itself, which embraces all Mankind.