Book: Mysterious Ways by Michael Barrycategories: Book, Life, Genetics, Jesus, God, DNA, Genesis, Philosophy
Michael Barryabout this book: When it comes to explaining the meaning of life, religion and scientific division always makes any single definition impossible. However, Michael Barry melds both schools of thought to serve up a definitive model that satisfies all. Everything is exposed in 'Mysterious Ways', which finds perfect middle ground synergy between genetics and the 'days' of Genesis. Michael Barry's message is short and succinct enough to be taken on board by readers of all ages.
Scientific readers will learn about a 'missing' human organ that existed in Adam, Eve and Jesus, while those who shun science in place of faith will come to learn about some of the cutting-edge developments that answer a myriad of questions that religion struggles with.
Prepare to be enlightened!
'Mysterious Ways' took sixteen years to write.
I learned that most people prefer idiotic fantasy to reality.
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