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In 'Deception', the principal character, Rob Granger, becomes involved with a group of scientists as a result of his grandfather's death.
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Through personal conversation as well as attending a lively debate, Rob is exposed to scientific evidence which calls into question certain beliefs held by the conventional scientific community. This ultimately leads to his inclusion on a dramatic expedition to the Congo in central Africa. The main objective of the expedition is to investigate rumours of the existence of a highly unusual creature living in the Congo River basin area.
The team's investigatory work is disrupted by a counter expedition intent on refuting any claims they might make as result of their discoveries. When Rob's team comes across evidence potentially supporting their position, they are confronted by the opposing expedition, threatened, and ordered to leave the area.
On his return to Britain, Rob Granger faces additional and significant challenges arising from the events in the Congo. He also has to come to some conclusions over how he is going to respond to all he has learned on the trip.
'Deception' includes intrigue, excitement, danger, and a few twists and turns as the reader is encouraged to share in Rob's journey and discovery regarding the truth about origins.
“ Here is a unique book dealing with the creation-evolution controversy that you won't want to put down. It's a story of intrigue, adventure and danger with surprising twists and turns. As my wife and I read it out loud together, we never wanted to stop reading when we had to get on to other things. It has well-developed characters and an engaging plot. Though it is fiction, it is very realistic in it's portrayal of the battle for truth about origins. The scientific evidence (both for and against evolution) that the characters in the book bring up are documented at the end of the book for those who want to dig deeper. And the characters (both believers and skeptics) discuss the Gospel and the question of suffering and death in a way that is authentic, not artificial or phoney. This book will enterain and inform Christians and non-Christians alike. We highly recommend it! ”