What if your I.Q. was greater than Einstein’s was? What is you believe in God because your intellect proves God’s existence to you?. What if your logic tells you that God knows the future and so the future is already set?
What if all of a sudden you are given a gift that allows you to see multiple possible futures dependent on multiple factors that allow you to choose actions that keep you and another person alive? Is God still God? How do you reconcile what is happening to you with what you have always believed? This is what happens to Seth as he tried to keep Miriam from being killed or taken back to Saudi Arabia to be forced into a marriage that she considers a living death.
Those are the questions (and more) that are asked in Ted Dekker’s “Blink”. The story is fast-paced with plenty of suspense. I found myself stopping several times for a “whoa” moment as I reread something to make sure I had caught it. I don’t want to give anything away because this one kept me up late a few nights – I didn’t want to put it down. I will definitely be reading more of Mr. Dekker’s books