The secret to life is simple, but since human beings have had organized thoughts, the same questions have surfaced again and again: Why do we exist? What is the purpose of life? Is there a God? If so, is He good? But if He is a good God, how could He permit so much suffering in this world? Why do bad things happen to good people? Where are we coming from, and where are we going? And why are we going at all? Is there life after death? Can we be 100% sure? Was this world just created by chance or does it follow a plan? If you have also pondered some or all of these mysteries, look no further.
The Answer: Proof of God in Heaven delves into the substance and complexities of these questions and many more, and offers up some surprisingly simple, reasoned conclusions. It all begins with the Universal Laws, which together define the very basic blueprint of this Universe. Understanding and applying these laws gives us a master key for all knowledge. But The Answer: Proof of God in Heaven searches much further into the truth of these laws and their application in our everyday lives. There are absolute responses to all the questions of faith, purpose, and our paths in life, which you can decipher for yourself by following along with the evidence, logic and deductions of the authors.
The key to a complicated puzzle, once revealed, makes the puzzle understandable. Similarly, this book is the key to the puzzles of life, theology, and the heavens. Forte and Sorbo present the solutions to life's riddles with stunning simplicity, offering the listener an enduring peace in the knowledge of God's design.
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Wow... Thank you. so much!
- Charity Zollman
I don't remember the question she didn't answer.
I might but I'd be suspicious that the topic was handled very well.
It wasn't a story. At least it wasn't supposed to be. I got lost in the metaphysics of quarks becoming spirit and all the rest futility. The first three chapters were great and exciting. Then we went over the quantum cliff and the authors left me in the stardust. I could hardly bring myself to finish it after 6 chapters.
Well narrated. A bit melodramatic but well read.
Everything from chapter 4 on.
I was disappointed. I really expected a bit more reality and les metaphysics.
- Gene Hochhalter