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With the recent developments and findings in the field of science, a lot of believers are beginning to ask questions about most of the teachings that have been there for ages, and most people would rather stick to proven facts than mere hearsay. This has led theologians, thinkers, and philosophers into detailed research and studies to come up with ideas that would end this controversy.
Joe P. Provenzano, Ron D. Morgan, and Dan R. Provenzano's book, How is God Involved in Evolution? is amazing and has a lot to say about God's involvement in evolution. From the idea of Teilhard, which talks about the universe having various states that can change, and also from St. Thomas Aquinas's ideas when compared, they were able to give a very beautiful revelation of God's involvement in evolution, especially when the author found the missing link, which gave us an idea of where matter and energy from the beginning came from. This was called the FAM. But then there were still some challenges that needed to be solved, which led to more searching and has been talked about in detail in this book. Grab a copy to find out.
It was a thrilling experience to have come across a book of such kind with no ambiguity and a very easy understanding. I knew this would be a brilliant read when I first came across the book title and cover page. And I love how the author stuck to the lesson. The narrative pattern of this book was very nice, and I also enjoyed the fact that the authors were able to manage the ideas in such a way that there were no conflicts. I learned a lot from this book. I also did not come across any errors in this book, which shows that the book was properly edited.
There wasn’t anything to dislike about this book. The writing style was unique, and the word choice was good. With this in mind, I will rate this book five out of five stars. I would recommend this book to those who seek answers about God's involvement in evolution. Theologians and scientists would also find this book very useful.
How is God Involved in Evolution?
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