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When a preacher asks attorney Will Chambers to defend him against accusations that could discredit the gospels, Will's unbelieving heart says "run." But conspiracy and intrigue draw him deep into the case...and closer to Christ....

Title : The Resurrection File
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ISBN : 9780736908474
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 396 Pages
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The Resurrection File Reviews

  • Shirl
    2019-05-27 02:48

    Will is an unbeliever faced with defending a preacher against accusations that could discredit the gospels. Will’s is tempted to run but personal circumstances, conspiracies and intrigue draw him in. Before its all over more than one heart will change, and Will will be forced to deal with his beliefs and his demons. Parshall crafted this book really well and I did not want to put it down once I started reading. I loved the idea that someone challenged the veracity of scripture and that the defense of said scripture came down to a non-believer. I read this book about 6 months ago and most of the detail is gone, but I can tell you that if you like legal thrillers you should really enjoy this, and if you are a Christian you will find your emotions well involved during the story.

  • Sam Pauley
    2019-05-30 02:16

    Could not get into it

  • Pat Roseman
    2019-06-06 03:56

    Couldn't get into this, so I skimmed some of it. Maybe it was the mood I was in. ;)

  • Crystal
    2019-06-08 20:09

    I was about forty percent through this book and ready to give up, thinking it wouldn't get better, when suddenly the pieces began to come together and it got interesting. At sixty percent it was a page turner and I absolutely wanted more!

  • Nora St Laurent
    2019-06-16 03:57

    This is a story was written from the main characters pov, He’s a lawyers who is down on his luck. He takes a case they call "Resurrection File” the last case he really wanted to take. As he prepares his case, he needs to decipher who is telling the truth?Will Chamber is an attorney whose troubles are starting to exceed even his considerable talents. When Reverend Angus MacCameron asks Chambers to defend him against accusations that might destroy not only the man's ministry but the very foundation of the Christian faith, everything in Chambers nonbelieving heart says "run away".But Chambers can't resist the preacher's earnest pleas, the presence of his lovely and successful daughter. Fiona, and the chance to go up against high-powered attorney J-Fox Sherman.Quickly caught in a conspiracy involving terrorism, top-level government intrigue, and wild legal maneuvering. Chambers is in for the ride of his life - a ride whose destination he never could have imagined. I thought this story was intriguing, timely and very believable. Disclosure of Material Connection: I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255 “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising”Nora St Laurent TBCN Where Book Fun Begins The Book Club Network blog Book Fun Magazine

  • Linda
    2019-06-10 19:56

    Because this book is a bit older, I wondered if it would be dated due to world affairs since this author has written those kinds of books - and very well. But I was captivated right away by this story and delighted to find it the first of a series. Will Chambers is a lawyer in Washington DC. He was a rising star until his wife died and he began drinking. His life derailed, and he lost everything. It appeared that his last case was a loser, too. But surprises happen. Will is brilliant and maybe he had a little help from God, too. Great read! I can't wait to start the next one.

  • Tina Todd
    2019-06-08 23:48

    This was the first book i read of his and I could not put it down. I finished in a day and half. Sure it got a little far fetched in some areas but it kept me reading, wanting to know of what was going to happen to the main character. Once i finished the book, I wanted to what was going to happen to Will Chambers, the main character. This guy has heart a soul and does not hold back when he is unsure of what he believes and he knows where to go when he wants someone to talk to. I loved that part of the book. Cannot wait to continue the series.

  • Duane Alexander
    2019-05-21 23:53

    This was a really fun audio book. It has some holes in it, specifically that Muslims would not expect to find Jesus' body anywhere, since while they believe he was not crucified, they do believe he ascended into heaven and will come back.Otherwise, this was a great book and a good story. A nice balance of legal suspense, religion, and action. I wish the Catholic expert would have had a voice though. Why do evangelical authors only let evangelicals have a Christian voice?

  • Melissa
    2019-06-08 00:08

    I read this for my church book club. In some ways, it was better than I expected in some ways it was exactly what I expected. The writing is not of a particularly high caliber – readable but not even slightly memorable. The characters were not particularly winsome. However, Parshall does live up to the promise of good courtroom drama. The central drama and the investigation into it was fascinating and even thought provoking.

  • Walter Wilson
    2019-06-06 01:58

    Excellent book! Craig Parshall uses the challenges of an attorney struggling with personal life issues to tell a story about a spiritual journey challenging his personal beliefs. Parshall does an excellent job examining the resurrection and the books of the New Testament in such a way as to create a very believable story that captures the imagination while making a compelling argument. The result is a book with a wonderful plot that causes the reader to excitedly look forward to each page.

  • Cheryl
    2019-06-16 02:14

    This book was a great read. I am looking forward to reading the whole Chambers of Justice series. Very real, suspenseful, and a page turner. It is such a pleasure to read a modern day book with love, romance, and not be slutty. And no profanity. But this is not a 'goody two-shoes' book.

  • Penny
    2019-06-01 02:16

    This book is a lawyer-mystery-Christian novel rolled into one. The basic plot is an agnostic lawyer defends a fundamentalist Scottish preacher who is accused of slandering a scientist claiming to have found an ancient document proving Jesus never rose from the dead. It was a fairly quick read.

  • Andria
    2019-06-09 21:59

    This series is comparable to anything that John Grisham writes, however, it is written better with a fuller ending and not rushed to get to the publisher feeling that most of john grisham's books seem to feel. Political mystery with Christian themes.

  • Matt
    2019-06-13 03:16

    I picked this up as an alternative to Grisham, who seems to have seriously "Jumped the Shark" of late.The story is a fascinating one. Really makes you wonder what would happen if this played out in real life.

  • Ratforce
    2019-06-13 21:05

    You may be interested in Craig Parshall’s Chambers of Justice series. It is a series of legal thrillers focused on Christian themes with a heavy dose of conspiracy to keep things exciting. The Resurrection File is the first in the series, and is available as an audiobook.

  • Pat
    2019-05-21 22:00

    Christian version of John Grisham--down & out lawyer must defend a minister against a dirty archaeologist who is saying Christ wasn't resurrected. Good story!

  • Sheldon Lehman
    2019-05-25 22:14

    Along the same lines as Rosenberg and Jerry Jenkins; if you like them, you'll like this!

  • Craig Huggart
    2019-05-24 23:12

    Great read!I was hesitant because I hadn't read anything by this author before but I really liked it. Good characters. Good story line.

  • Rob Selwitz
    2019-06-09 01:57

    Enjoyable legal thriller

  • Judith
    2019-06-13 21:00

    This is a Christian trial version of "John Grishom" books, featuring attorney Will Chambers. Warning: Don't start it at night if you expect to get any sleep.

  • Georgia Hollrah
    2019-05-20 04:09

    Excellent plot. This book kept me reading late until I finished. I quickly got all the rest. They were excellent too and kept me guessing constantly.

  • Robb Menlove
    2019-05-21 00:15

    As good as any Grishom law book, and similar to them. Because the court case has religious theames it was even more interesting to me. Really enjoyed it.

  • Jim Smoak
    2019-05-18 02:07

    Really good book about an agnostic coming to faith in a backdrop of exciting mystery, action and intrigue.