It was our pleasure to welcome author and former physician Larry Krantz to Intrepid Radio! He recently joined us to discuss his new novel, Strange Miracles, about a doctor in a rural town in Missouri that discovers he has abnormal perception and healing abilities.
We discuss the following with Larry in this episode:
- What would you do with the gift of perception and the ability to change physical forms by intent alone?
- Can a person change, for better or worse, if they make the wrong choice?
- How can we use power selflessly and not be seduced by corruption?
- What does history teach us about miracles?
- Do miracles still happen? What are examples of everyday miracles
- Other lessons from his new book: Strange Miracles
Dr. Larry Krantz is a graduate of Cornell University, where he was an Honors English student, but went on to study medicine, becoming a physician and Assistant Clinical Professor at the University of Colorado Medical School. He now writes fiction full time and teaches creative writing. He is the author of Dreams of Atlantis and Strange Miracles. Along with his wife and son, he enjoys the Rocky Mountains, biking, sports, fun, growing organic vegetables, sunshine, and meaningful conversations.
Learn more about Larry on this website: http://www.larrykrantzauthor.com/books.html
Jordan Wilkins, a doctor in a rural town in Missouri, discovers he has the remarkable ability to heal people in magical ways. While the results amaze him, many wonder if these miracles come from a darker source demanding some kind of payback. Jordan, along with his wife and handicapped teenage son, are confronted with frightening and unexpected opposition, in spite of all the good done by the healings. Others seek to use, and exploit his wondrous abilities. These conflicting forces set Jordan on a challenging quest to understand and master his new-found abilities and find his place in the world. He meets others with new abilities, including Breana Cruz, a beautiful young woman, who can discern thoughts and events not normally seen. Are such gifts wonderful provisions for mankind, or potential weapons in a new kind of war. Those with these special abilities struggle to find clarity and purpose and be free of those who would misuse their abilities.