In the time he has left, Ewing examines the main causes that are responsible for the planet's demise. How did man's undisciplined actions jeopardize the future of his planet? The Echo of Silence addresses these issues and is an in-depth consideration of God, creation, and the time continuum.
This narrative covers the birth of the universe, the origins of man, and the inept stewardship of the planet. It discusses the two most powerful and destructive factions that kept the masses in a perpetual state of confusion and doubt over the source of creation. It shows how the debate, lasting four hundred years, was self-defeating, as neither science nor religion could claim ownership of the genesis until they recognized the omnipotent nature and true function of the time continuum.