Atlanta, GA, May 24, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Given the state of our country and other nations around the world, it’s of no wonder why the recent dooms-day ravings is causing so much commotion and earning so much attention from the media. Nations as far and between as the Middles East to Greece are protesting for freedom and fairness. The nation of Israel, now under a magnifying glass, again, is concerned with returning to the former border treatise of 1967.
According to Macauley, "The fight over the Holy Land continues and rightly so. Who wouldn’t want to posses the land that God married himself to calling it his most favorite place on earth? Since King David conquered Jebus and renamed it Jerusalem, nations have fought over her fruit."
In A Dream Before Dying, the first book published by Dancing House Publishing, although a Religious/Fiction/Fantasy novel, follows the main character through the streets of Jerusalem during the three-year ministry of Christ. In search of his first love, Vanessa, Vincent J. Christopher, a young U.S. Army Chaplain is initiated into the realm of immortal keepers. And through his dreams he unwillingly time travels between 1967 Vietnam and 33 AD. Jerusalem. He follows along but prays he will not be trapped in the ancient Holy Land to witness the gruesome crucifixion of Christ. As Vincent teaches his squad about the second coming of Christ it triggers events that hurls them into the past to live through his ministry.
Macauley wants readers to dig deep into the story of A Dream Before Dying. It’s entertaining and informative and will motivate readers to study the Bible like never before while enjoying each episode. The revelations contained within this story will answer question every Bible student has restlessly pondered. Is there life after death? Is there a difference between "born again," and "saved?" Is it better to be "taken" or "left behind," when did this war over Israel begin, and more?