Jack Holt can often be found researching “the forgotten people of history’s mysteries.” He attended Purdue University and after 39 years retired from banking. Jack has co-authored several local history books and written several magazine articles. Recently, he and his fellow history cohorts received a $10,000 grant from the Indiana History Society to start a mini-museum. He and his wife have traveled extensively in the British Isles.
About The Tree of Life
“Wisdom went forth to make her dwelling among the children of men and found no dwelling-place.”
—From the First Book of Enoch
Come with Lord Robert de Borron and Saint Joseph of Arimathea on their quest filled with mayhem, intertwined while twelve hundred years apart, and thwarted by an evil raging cardinal in the second book of the Cup of Christ and the Forgotten Disciple series.
What would you sacrifice for your family’s safety and your faith, or both? Let’s travel back to the 12th and 13th centuries during the time of a nascent Christian movement in Southern Gaul and Northern Italy. Don’t forget the Kingdom of France then was a much smaller area than the current nation of France.…Read More