How Did God Do It? A Symphony of Science and Scripture

How Did God Do It? A Symphony of Science and Scripture

How Did God Do It? A Symphony of Science and Scripture

How Did God Do It? A Symphony of Science and Scripture



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Have you ever wondered...

How Did God Do It?

How did God perform the many miracles and supernatural events described in the Holy Bible — without violating the laws of physics and chemistry that He Himself put into place? And without conflicting with the basic tenets of Judaism and Christianity?

This book proposes a theory that marries faith and rationality in a symphony of science and scripture.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940148990710
Publisher: FriesenPress
Publication date: 12/19/2013
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
Pages: 376
File size: 796 KB

About the Author

Pennsylvania native Walt Huber earned undergraduate /graduate degrees from Penn State University. He is a retiree of the Procter and Gamble Company and the U.S. Army Reserves (Lt. Col.) The knowledge he has gained as an award-winning, amateur winemaker sneaks its way into parts of this book. Ohio native Rose Huber, a graduate of Cincinnati’s College of Mt. St. Joseph, has nearly 45 years experience in secondary education, writing, editing and design. Having both been widowed in their 30s, Walt and Rose “merged” their families in 1980. Their own “Brady Bunch” has grown from four sons to daughters-in-law and six grandchildren.

Having grown up in a traditional Presbyterian environment, and being the inquisitive person he is (and has been since childhood), Walt never totally bought into organized religion’s “party line.” How Did God Do It? is a question that’s haunted him for decades. He thinks he may have finally come up with a plausible answer. Rose’s college experience resulted in minors in theology (ecumenical curriculum) and philosophy. Having grown up “old school” Catholic, her study of the world’s great faith systems (and the refreshing changes of Vatican II) fueled her naturally inquisitive mind, particularly in matters of religion, theology and spirituality.
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