Definitely enjoyable, but not as well written as some other Christian fiction I've read. Set in England around the turn of the century and dealing with ideas about whether or not there can be scientific proof that God exists. Has a nice romance as well. Interesting story about the science & medical care of the times.
When high-spirited Jane Fellowes finds her world turned upside down, she determines that she is the only one who can right it. First Jane's uncle starts experiencing periods of violent insanity. Then her dear father is accused of crimes he surely cannot have commited....And when Jane finds Sir Issac Newton's personal box of mysterious scientific discoveries in her mad uncle's home, she feels compelled to analyze the information within. Can it be true that the box contains proof of the existence of God? And that this is somehow related to her uncle's madness?
Esteemed scientist Thomas Norcross resolves to obtain Newton's box and the evidence it contains as well, but when the box is stolen, Norcross and Jane must join together in what seems an impossible quest.
As Norcross and Jane pursue the mysterious box, they discover that sometimes the strongest evidence is found in the heart, where love and faith reside....