DL Mueller explores the collision of religion, politics and technology in pictures
Talented author, DL Mueller publishes Image, an explanatory piece that examines a situation where religion, government and technology collide in an attempt to generate an image of Jesus that becomes gruesome
DL Mueller took an unusual approach to the concept of religion with the release of his book, Image. The book chronicles the series of events that follow an attempt to generate the picture of Jesus Christ through DNA, amid the resulting controversies and confrontations.
The image of Jesus remains a controversial subject which has continued to generate many discussions from different schools of thought. As people tried to create what was perceived as a look-alike to represent the body of Christ. However, DL Mueller seeks to take the experience to another level from the perspective of a team of security experts and investigators and how an assassination attempt on the President led to several events including the discovery of blood particles believed to belong to Jesus Christ in the fiction titled Picture.
Picture is particularly unique for the unprecedented blending of different aspects of life to create a play that virtually any reader, regardless of age group or gender, can easily relate to. The main characters in the story are Major Bahr, Marcus Reed, and Kate Stavey, Director of Operations for the CIA’s Langley Counterterrorism Division, who work together to unravel the attempted assassination of the President of the United States. Picture also recounts how John McMaster, a priest in the diocese, was instrumental in trying to analyze blood particles discovered during the investigation through DNA testing and determine his connection to Jesus Christ. The book also examines how the process of generating an image of Jesus using DNA hit a brick wall due to an unexpected event that distorted the interaction between a logical interface of personal operation and the LI (logical interface).
Picture is available on Amazon and other platforms, including Barnes and Noble in Kindle, hardcover, and paperback versions.
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