The Sons of God by Greg Banks MD

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Adam Martin is not your classic small town physician. He has been involved in research with Nobel Prize winning laboratories and has a PhD in genetics. The small town of Wilford Fork has given him more than a practice in obstetrics and gynecology. It has produced an experience in genetics beyond his wildest imagination. The genetics of the Bible from Noah to the 21st Century, take him on a journey from ancient Babylon to the New Babel.

His journey is not without the love of his life, who becomes more than a nurse, as he experiences life in a small Southern town. Her influence, intelligence and beauty take him into the new age commune and to the edge of idolatry. Even his partners move him toward the destiny of Bible genetics that have influenced everyone from the Church to the evil of Adolph Hitler.

New Babel is the modern commune in the Southern town that is patterned after ancient Babylon. It is here that the young obstetrician learns about the delivery of infants that were never encountered in the Ivory Tower medical school. The Sons of God, in this powerful new community can change both mankind, and the young physician, showing him the dark side of research. Babylon throughout history has been the site of wild creation and will lead to the end times mentioned in Biblical Revelation with the prostitute of Babylon riding on a dragon. The Sons of God of New Babel, just like their predecessors in the Old Testament who led the world to the flood, will lead the world toward the final apocalypse.

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Published August 7, 2012 by Xlibris. 372 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Professional & Technical, Science & Math, Education & Reference, Humor & Entertainment. Fiction

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