But what if such a reason were found? Better yet, what if five really good reasons were found – that Christians should want to believe these theories – not because some atheist scientist said they should – because the Christian Bible said so?
The book takes a different, and unexpected, perspective on the whole issue. If you're a Christian, you'll probably be surprised – but also very happy with what you read.
And if you're not a Christian, it will provide very interesting food for thought on a whole range of issues related to science and religion – and why this new perspective will benefit you, too.
The unexpected perspective – by Carl Treleaven
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For each book sold, the author will contribute $4 to the Rotary Foundation, to be matched with an $8 contribution from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. Just 60 cents covers the cost of a vaccination for one child. Learn more about how Rotary and its partners are completing the job of eradicating polio worldwide at www.rotary.org/en/end-polio.