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It is hoped that the material presented will compel the reader to ponder these inevitable questions: Who is the designer? Why does he have such a great concern for us? How does he reveal himself to humankind?
With these and similar fundamental questions about the meaning of life and our existence, we'll enter the final portion of the book. In it we shall try to discover the identity of the creator of the universe. Are science and faith mutually exclusive, or are they perhaps complementary?
"Not By Chance!" offers a provocative read for those seeking answers about their place in the universe. Drawing on scientific and biblical evidence, it contextualizes readers' lives in the grand scheme of things and compels them to take control of their eternal destiny.
Posted March 23, 2012
This book answers the most important questions of our existence, and takes away the gap between science and faith. It is full of fascinating facts and information, but it never reads like a text book. The author has a great sense of humour, and a wonderful talent for presenting information in down-to-earth word-pictures that anyone who can read a newspaper will easily understand and enjoy. Seriously, if you have ever wanted to believe in God, but couldn't quite get past the scientific "evidence" against Him, or if you think that science and the Bible can't both be right, then you need to read this book. It is clear from his writing that Mr. Skoric (the author) is himself a scientist, and does not dispute the findings of astronomers, physicists, and mathematicians; but Mr. Skoric also believes in God, and uses well researched and documented scientific fact to reveal the true nature of the universe, from the moment of creation to our present time, and on to its projected end. Read it for the science; read it for the religion; read it for the humour. But please, read it -- you'll be glad you did.
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