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Revising Reality: A Biblical Look Into the Cosmos
Four breakout Christian apologists, no strangers to "fringe" topics, take a radical look at Cosmology based on new discoveries in physics and unconventional insights into the Bible. Each is noted for his willingness to tackle the challenges of secular skepticism and examine the intersections between modern science and the Bible. You will embark on an astounding adventure e ...more
Paperback, 305 pages
Published September 14th 2016 by Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
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This book is a fascinating look into genetics, nuclear physics and a host of new discoveries as well as a look into how these tie into Biblical predictions. Up to now we did not have the science to understand many of the understated things and events in the ancient writings. We are brought up to date with vital information. Are there others like this out there?
Joel Anthony There is a wealth of information from several excellent books. Dr. Thomas Horn is one of my favorites. Exo-Vaticana and Zenith 2016 are two of my…moreThere is a wealth of information from several excellent books. Dr. Thomas Horn is one of my favorites. Exo-Vaticana and Zenith 2016 are two of my favorites. Check out the documentary, The Unholy See. Some of the men involved in the project have had hits put out on them. He had his house burned to the ground. (less)
This is an awful book. It's like L. Ron Hubbard and Zecharia Sitchin had a baby, while Joseph Smith of the Mormons had a baby with Stephen King, and those babies had a baby together, and that baby went on to have a baby with Steven Spielberg, and that baby went on to write the most petulant and narcissistic work of immature and extrapolated fantasy possible. The result is something that gives you indigestion in your neocortex from its sheer incoherence. While I forced myself to read it, I altern ...more
Like anything of this kind you need to take it with a 'grain of salt' there is certainly some food for thought and some very interesting points raised. I appreciated how the authors said when they were heading off on a path of pure speculation.