Blood Doctrine
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Blood Doctrine


What would happen if scientists were to take blood samples from ancient relics of Jesus’ crucifixion and extract the DNA in order to create a clone?

The self-proclaimed antagonist, God nerd and author, Christian Piatt, has been intrigued by this very idea for some time. After researching and talking with geneticists, Piatt came up with the concept for his debut novel, Blood Doctrine, which is to be the first in a series.

Blood Doctrine begins during a tense moment in a closed off room with a woman having complications during childbirth. With no care about the woman giving birth, the doctors are told by a man from a group known only as “The Project” that the baby is all that matters.

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Christian Piatt spins a fascinating tale in which ancient stories are brought into the 21st century through the use of modern science. Everything described in this book is theoretically plausible with the genetic advances anticipated in this century.
Gary Bradley, Ph.D., La Sierra University
Blood Doctrine grips. Piatt writes in the fluent language of adventure– a ‘language’ that could make this book a classic of young adult fiction. But there’s more: Piatt opens a door to the spiritual universe in a way that brings the ageless struggle between good and evil alive.
Frank Schaeffer, Author, Crazy for God