The Relic: Jerusalem in St. Augustine; A Historical, Inspirational, Ecumenical-Time Travel, Mystery that Confirms the Existence of God

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Abstract

Siblings, Joel and Carol Schwartz, in the aftermath of their father's death accept a challenge he left them unaware of the danger they will experience. Their father was a well-respected professor, and his colleague reveals that he spent half his life studying the Kabbalah, and discovered a passage that unlocked the power of time travel. His dying wish was for Joel and Carol to complete his mission, alongside a Mossad agent, and recover an ancient artifact that might turn the tide in a secret war for the future of Israel and make them rich beyond their wildest dreams. But will they learn to differentiate between riches of the earth and riches of the heart?

Local locations visited or mentioned in the text include Flagler Hospital, Huguenot Cemetery, St. George Street and Lake Maria Sanchez, the Pena-Peck House/Woman's Exchange, the Casa Monica Hotel, Taberna del Gallo (Taberna del Caballo), the Plaza de la Constitucion, the Bridge of Lions with the Ponce de Leon in the traffic circle, the Old City Gates, Castillo de San Marcos, the Mission de Nombre de Dios, and Barnes & Noble.

Glossary is located on pages 184-190.

List of references for writing this book located on pages 192-193.

Title

The Relic: Jerusalem in St. Augustine; A Historical, Inspirational, Ecumenical-Time Travel, Mystery that Confirms the Existence of God
Mr. and Mrs. Lee both signed and inscribed the St. Johns County Public Library copy.

Publisher

[Elkton, FL]: Kalmun R. Lee and Betsy S. Lee

Date

Format

Paperback book

Language

English

Audience

Subject

Fantasy or Paranormal
Historical

Coverage

1st Spanish Period
Contemporary, Adults

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Bibliographic Citation

Lee, K. Ross. The Relic: Jerusalem in St. Augustine. [Elkton, FL]: Kalmun R. Lee and Betsey S. Lee, 2018.

Citation

K. Ross Lee and Betsy S. Lee, “The Relic: Jerusalem in St. Augustine; A Historical, Inspirational, Ecumenical-Time Travel, Mystery that Confirms the Existence of God,” St. Augustine Fiction, accessed July 18, 2024, https://staugustinefiction.omeka.net/items/show/245.

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