Author Larry Judd’s new book “Addie: Adam as a Child” is a poignant story reimagining the dawn of mankind as God breathes life not into a grown man, but a tiny infant

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Recent release “Addie: Adam as a Child” from Page Publishing author Larry Judd is an evocative tale of love, hope, and betrayal in an intriguing retelling of the divine creation of humanity and one archangel’s jealous fall from grace.

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Larry Judd is a US Army veteran and father of two grown children who has taught adult Sunday school and Bible study classes, has worked as an administrator in missions for single mothers and the homeless currently living near his daughter in Falling Waters, West Virginia. He has published his new book “Addie: Adam as a Child”: a touching short story highlighting the eternal love of God for his creation.

The author shares, “Addie came about as a result of my asking the question ‘Why do theologians, pastors, teachers, etc., think Adam was created as a full-grown man?’ No one had a good answer, and the truth is, we don’t know because the Bible just does not tell us. So I was encouraged by a close friend to write a story as to what it might have been like if he was indeed created as a baby like all the rest of humanity, including Jesus. So I did.”
Published by Page Publishing, Larry Judd’s engrossing book is a thought-provoking work offering a fresh perspective on the origin story of humanity.
Readers who wish to experience this engaging work can purchase “Addie: Adam as a Child” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

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