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I really enjoyed this story. I liked the way you brought the story of salvation into science fiction. Very unique and well written.
I enjoyed this more than mere words can say. Going back in time to Christ's crucifixion was perfect. Loved how you took scifi and rove it into a wonderful story. Good job and God bless.
This is an interesting sci-fi moment. I was expecting her to have an epiphany about her mother. Although I enjoyed the references of past event, I think you really wanted to empathize the Lord's death. That could have been told in more detail had you just given the professor's explanation of how the machine worked. But you did a great job and had a fun idea.
I almost didn't read this, not being a Sci-fi fan. Glad I did or I would have missed a great read! I found the beginning confusing (mother/daughter thing), but I absolutely loved the end. Now I can say I've read sci-fi that I enjoyed. Write on!
I also found the beginning a little bit confusing, but once I got into it I enjoyed it. Just yesterday I learned the meaning of "peripity". I learned that it is a pivotal point or the hinge on which destiny changes direction. I enjoyed your take on the topic... a time machine that took your characters back to the "hinge" or the turning point of our eternal destiny - - Jesus Christ. Good work.