Science can clone the body, but it can not touch the soul.
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The most controversial scientific experiment in history is underway. The world waits, watches . . . hopes. A strand of DNA is extracted from the blood on the Shroud of Turin, not only to prove its authenticity, but in an attempt to clone the image upon it . . . Jesus of Nazareth.
The experiment is a success.
However, there is one thing that science cannot create. A soul. The body of the clone becomes an open doorway, one quickly taken by the Anti-Christ. He assumes the body, assumes the identity and then . . . he deceives the world. The prophecy shall be fulfilled.
"It defies all boundaries of science," Marcus said. "He grows at a rate of one year per day. This no longer is science, it's supernatural."