After his mentor disappears from their lab, professor Finn McGee is abducted by government agents and forced to decipher bloody clues. Only Finn knows the true power of an ancient artifact, an antigravity device dating back to Archimedes, they were studying. And he soon discovers his mentor may be lost in time.
“Homa marries the sci-fi techno-thriller with philosophy and theology.” - ForeWord Clarion
Life as a medical doctor calls for science, to the extent that it took a death experience for Theodore Morrison Homa MD to return to faith.
“Most Sacred Heart of Jesus make my heart beat like yours,” Homa recited as he realized his worldly heart was dying. He lived to tell in his second book, Standing between the Gates of Heaven and the Precipice of Hell: A doctor’s experience with the After Life (published October 2012).
From life as a successful doctor attending church just to set a good example for his family, to his pilgrimage to Medjugorje, to his life-altering experience with congestive heart failure and an eventual heart transplant, Homa takes us on a journey both geographical and spiritual.