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I Am Adam

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I Am Adam

A books podcast from JTTwerell@JTTwerell.com (JTTwerell@JTTwerell.com)
podiobooks.com http://podiobooks.com/title/i-am-adam

This is the book of generations of Adam. In the day that God created man, in the likeness of God made he him: male and female created he them; and blessed them, and called their name Adam, in the day when they were created.
Genesis 5:1,2

Quantum physics teaches that all thing are one. The Bible reveals that male and female are both called Adam and are one. The headlines of our daily papers tell us we are at war with each other and are separate.

What went wrong?

The exciting novel, I Am Adam, is part of a chronicle concerning a mystical figure know as Domatarious. A Spiritual Guide, Domatarious has the responsibility to preserve the truths of the Power of Love and Light within a new species know as humans. In the book I Am Adam, we are introduced to the new human creations as they experience love, joy. fear and the destructive power of the egos shadow.

Writers Digest states, “I Am Adam is a beautifully written and skillfully told love story about the creation and its relationship to each other and the world around them.”

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