Dust to Dust
About the Book
Do you believe in God? Of course you do, it's easy, right? What if it wasn't so easy? What if you had to make a choice to bow down to Satan or die? Daniel Gilchrist and his followers are faced with just such a choice. An army of condemned criminals from another galaxy has invaded Earth. A stable wormhole connecting the two distant civilizations made it all possible, and Satan is only days away from total victory. Earth is lost. But even in defeat, Earth has one last heroic chance to deny Satan his eternal goal, to reign over the human race from God's Holy Temple in Jerusalem.
Against impossible odds, Daniel and 39 other defiant soldiers sneak a nuclear bomb out of Jerusalem with orders to detonate it when they get to Megiddo. Problem is, Satan already knows their plan and has an insider helping him prevent that from happening. If that wasn't enough, people begin to join their little group. Soon thousands upon thousands have joined their little party, and Daniel has an even more difficult decision to make. Blow the bomb on schedule and kill all these innocent people, or refuse and allow Satan to win.
What will Daniel do? What will Satan do? What will God do? The answer lies in three words: faith, hope and love. Share the adventure, and renew your own belief in God.
About the Author
Dennis Glawe is a family practice physician living in Decorah, Iowa. He grew up on a farm in northeast Iowa and still believes in the old-fashioned Christian values instilled by his parents during his youth.
During a Bible study course in 1985, he began to wonder about the riddles that are written in the book of Revelations. He also was curious as to the part Jesus will play in its unfolding. With a keen interest in science fiction and a vivid imagination, he thought about how science and religion might some day confirm and even prove the part God plays in our lives. This book is the result of three years of putting these ideas together on paper.
Dr. Glawe continues to practice medicine in northeast Iowa, where he has lived since 1983. He is a graduate of Central High in Elkader, Iowa. He graduated from the College of Osteopathic Medicine and Surgery in 1977 and completed a three year residency at Eisenhower Army Medical Center near Augusta, Georgia, in 1980. He lives in Decorah with his wife Marcia, and daughter Erin. John, their 16-year-old autistic son, lives in a residential facility in Charles City.
Besides writing, Dennis enjoys reading, computers, and photography.