3rd Compass: Navigating Reality and the Last Days

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The 3rd Compass dismantles it all and puts it back together to explain the foundations of our reality. Science and God are examined in minute detail as the blueprint of our universe and very existence is explored.

This Big Picture of Reality is measured and drafted up to see how the battles between Atheism and Theism, Evolution and Creationism, and even within and between ourselves is resolved.

The purpose behind our lives is revealed as the ...

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Overview

The 3rd Compass dismantles it all and puts it back together to explain the foundations of our reality. Science and God are examined in minute detail as the blueprint of our universe and very existence is explored.

This Big Picture of Reality is measured and drafted up to see how the battles between Atheism and Theism, Evolution and Creationism, and even within and between ourselves is resolved.

The purpose behind our lives is revealed as the author takes you on the same journey he took in discovering the key to a life of fulfillment and unlimited possibilities - a Guide and Compass that is truly mind boggling and actually the key to more than just life but everything in existence.

After months of learning to understand and following the Compass, the author shares new revelations about the Biblical Age of the Last Days. The insights revealed in this book will help you understand your place in the vast confusion of this reality.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780578040035
  • Publisher: Huynh, Ty
  • Publication date: 12/28/2009
  • Pages: 224
  • Product dimensions: 5.90 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 0.60 (d)

Meet the Author

Ty Alexander Huynh grew up as a typical Midwest kid in the urban areas of Saint Paul, Minnesota. He is a self-confessed jack-of-all-trades who has used his love for the arts and sciences through many avenues of expression, including writing, painting, graphic design, computer programming, architecture, photography, and videography. He currently concentrates on writing and web design work.
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Table of Contents

Foreword vii

Chapter 1 1st Compass - Direction 1

Chapter 2 2nd Compass - Drafting Up 13

Chapter 3 3rd Compass - Encompassing All 45

Chapter 4 Bill Wilson's Testimony 77

Chapter 5 The Big Picture 93

Chapter 6 Following the Compass 153

Chapter 7 Prophecies and the Last Days 215

References

Color Inserts: Photos

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  • Posted September 15, 2010

    Great perspective

    This book is for anyone who want's to explore spiritualism from a scientific perspective
    The author makes great arguments for the existence of God by making common sense observations of every day life. I highly recommend this book for anyone who has both an analytical mind and want's to see faith from a logical perspective.

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