Offering a fresh way of looking at humanity's relationships with God, Greer confronts and debunks the atheistic notion that God can not exist.
|Publisher:||Morgan James Publishing|
|Product dimensions:||5.90(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.70(d)|
About the Author
Alan Greer, as a nationally recognized trial lawyer and political activist, has followed a lifelong quest to understand the human condition, our relationship to God and each other, as well as the meaning of our lives. Since graduating from Annapolis and serving in both submarines and a year in the Vietnam War, he has traveled the world, worked with the homeless, fought national political battles and been at the center of both the Watergate cases and the post 2000 Presidential election trials in Florida. All of this, in combination with his personal studies in science, religion and philosophy, has lead to the uniquely fascinating and provocative points of view presented in Choices and Challenges.