Exhilarating photographs and inspiring words take us on a microscopic tour of a miraculous phenomenon—the human body—leading to a sense that our existence is no accident. This photographic journey into inner space utilizes microscopic imagery to document the beautiful and mysterious realm of the tiniest components of human life—brain waves, nerve endings, cell structures, acid crystals—revealing a symmetry, a perfection, and, ultimately, a revelation. Illuminating quotes from the finest literary and scientific minds—Pasteur, Tolstoy, Einstein, St. Augustine, Thoreau, Darwin, just to name a few—support the idea that science may prove to be a path to God and that the human brain itself, through what researchers are now calling its “spirituality circuit,” is wired to lead us to that path.With an introduction by Wall Street Journal science editor Sharon Begley, Inside the Mind of God promises to provide further insight into the abiding question: why is there something, rather than nothing? Three years ago Michael Reagan’s best-selling book The Hand of God juxtaposed photographs of spiraling galaxies, shimmering nebulae, and luminous stars with the words of great scientists and philosophers to suggest the profound link between the scientific and the spiritual. Inside the Mind of God , continues this journey, now into inner space. The stunning photographs and inspiring quotes create a sense of wonder and awe in the miraculous evidence of God’s hand in the smallest details of our existence. Michael Reagan is the president and founder of Lionheart Books. Before that, he was the head of Turner Publishing, where he was responsible for a number of bestsellers such as Moonshot, Dinotopia, and Lady Cottington's Pressed Fairy Book . He is a graduate of Georgia State University. He and his wife live in Atlanta, Georgia with their three children.Sharon Begley is the science editor of the The Wall Street Journal and was formerly a senior editor at Newsweek magazine for twenty-five years. She and her husband live in Pelham, New York, with their son and daughter.