Once Upon Unmeasured Time revisits a time in human history when no one had a clock, no one had a calendar, and no one had a watch! The storyline follows the first timekeepers on their journey into measured time. The struggle to solve the timekeeping riddle provides a fascinating prequel to the opening words of the Hebrew Bible.
When seen through the eyes of a child, Genesis 1 holds a key to some of humanitys deepest spiritual lessons. What can be gained by considering the story behind the story of creation? What may have led to the writing of Genesis 1? Will the words let there be light take on new meaning as children are encouraged to color the story of creation? Why did God ask humans to see the green plants as food? Did the ancient biblical writers understand a deep spiritual secret about purple light that has been lost over time?
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About the Author
Ms. Wimmer served in church ministry as a director of youth and children’s music for 22 years. She wrote many original songs and theatrical scripts. In 2000 Ms. Wimmer entered independent biblical research. In recent years she presented several academic papers on the text of Genesis 1 within the Society of Biblical Literature.
Ms. Wimmer authored the poem, When I Say I Am a Christian, 1988. Other works include three books for the church of tomorrow entitled The Net, 2014; The Clock, 2015; The Key, forthcoming by Westbow Press. She and her husband live in Tulsa, Oklahoma. They enjoy gardening, carpentry, and renovating houses. They have two children and three grandchildren. For more information visit carolwimmer.com.