After a physics experiment goes awry, Messianic Jewish archaeologist Rivka Meyers finds herself stranded in first-century Jerusalem, married to the infuriating and lovable Israeli physicist Ari Kazan. Rivka knows that an illegal trial and execution awaits the leader of the Jewish Christian community—James, son of Joseph, brother of Jesus. Can Rivka prevent this impending disaster, or is Ari right that Rivka’s meddling will only make matters worse?

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Randy Ingermanson writes about "The Intersection of Faith Avenue and Science Boulevard." Randy earned a Ph.D. in physics at U.C. Berkeley and is the award-winning author of six novels and one non-fiction book.

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