The Skull of Adam

In Holy Scripture, words mean things! Why is the “place of the skull” so important when three of the four Gospels mention Golgotha? Inquiring minds long before ago answered that question!

It may not be because the rock formation resembles a skull. It may have deeper meaning. Perhaps as some church fathers believed, Adam is buried on Calvary.

In this book, that contention is explored. Did Adam lose his significance at his death, or is there a link throughout the Scripture? That may never be known, but the thought is intriguing.

This is a work of fiction, but in the stories of biblical characters, there seems to be much more implied than said. John made that clear when he wrote his Gospel. Since Jesus was here in the beginning, where was he? He was always there! He still is always with us!

The skull of Adam is used herein to present essential doctrines in a casual conversational manner. It is all about the mystery of God. The mystery revealed is that in all times, the Scripture is all about Jesus.

What is said in these conversations explain the words of Jesus before he was ever born.


--Larry Herrin