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Publisher's Summary

From the author of Jedi To Jesus: The Making of a Christian Filmmaker comes this Biblical time-travel adventure.
Justin Naby, whose name means "prophet" in Hebrew, is an Agent for the NSA's Special Archives Department, a team that by the power of the Holy Spirit, can travel through time. Using video, they record history for those living in the Last Days, when truth becomes scarce. Terrorists and human traffickers fear him, for his team is able to intervene, often inviting those who do evil to follow Christ, erasing many tragedies. To friends and family, he is a husband, father, and government employee.
To the world after 2051, he is known as Justin Time.
©2010 Cory Parella (P)2011 Cory Parella
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By Michael Jacobi on 04-23-12

Wow, a new look at history and really fascinating

What did you love best about Justin Time?

The story is a first person inside look at the ministry of Jesus Christ.

What did you like best about this story?

The one on one approach to the greatest story ever told. Listens like a novel

Which scene was your favorite?

The climax

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

It made me think about what I have always believed

Any additional comments?

It is set up like a science fiction novel, but told as fact, as if you are walking with the protagonist, seeing it all first hand. Riviting!

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