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God at Ground Zero: The Manhattan Project and a Scientist's Discovery of Christ the Creator

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This is the spiritual memoir of Curt Sewell, one of the many technicians and scientists who worked on the Manhattan Project and who viewed the first atomic blast, an experience which burned away his indifference toward God.
Paperback, 300 pages
Published March 1st 1997 by Master Books
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Dec 21, 2009 L.S. rated it liked it
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This title on "creation-evolution" is very enjoyable to read, it is more like a novel than a science writing. The author, who has been present at the first nuclear explosion at Jornada del Muerte in the New Mexico Desert during WWII, exposes his view in different manners: some of this book is auto-biographical, some of it is some kind of a dialogue, other parts are abundant with science information, and others could be philosophical or historical essays. The data is not really new, but I must ...more
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Jun 23, 2015 Douglas Brock rated it really liked it
This is a great summary of the issues of religion, science, and origins. Mr Sewell writes agreeably and reasonably with ample notes for further digging. Recommended reading!
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Just 16 years since publication -- amazing how quickly these claims/arguments have fallen by the wayside.
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