I won this book from Library Thing's Early Reviewers.
I was a bit hesitant about this book, as it seemed to be a "religious" book. However, it was not overbearing.
This book starts out with a scene of a man and a pregnant woman, racing to get away from people chasing them through the woods. We then are introduced to Stephen Bishop, who is a student of religious history and we learn that he has been accepted to the Divinity School in Nashville, Tennessee. He starts having dreams, which he believes are prophecies. When he arrives in Nashville, he is greeted by Dr.Macomb, who he will be working under at the university. Dr. Macomb has a 17 year old daughter, Jillian, who is the girl that he has been seeing in his visions as carrying the Son of God.
This is the basis of the book and I don't want to give away any more, although I must say that those who are open-minded about religion will not be sorry with this book. There were times that I was brought to tears with the touching sweetness and glory of this story.