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Monday, November 12, 2012

Author Daniel Friedmann Compares Religion and Science

Title: The Genesis One Code
Publisher: Park East Press
Author: Daniel Friedmann
Amazon Page: http://www.amazon.com/Genesis-One-Code-Daniel-Friedmann/dp/1935764276/
Website: http://danielfriedmannbooks.com/
ISBN: 978-1935764274
Genre: Nonfiction Science/Religion

 


Most of us have pondered our origins at some point in our lives. I am no different, except perhaps that I have both a strong scientific and a religious background. Thus, when I ponder our origins I not only have to contend with two seemingly very different accounts of our universe; but with the knowledge that both are accurate, at least in terms of what happened and when it happened.

I began with knowledge gained from a basic religious upbringing and a high school science education. Both bodies of knowledge were fascinating, yet appeared incompatible. As I proceeded to obtain a scientific education, I initially came to think that science books answered everything. Yet, by my fourth year at university, some fundamental questions concerning our origins began to re-appear. In science texts, some answers were not available, some answers were strange, and some answers were so metaphysical they looked like religious answers. So, I went back to study religion, this time also studying the mystical component of religion so as to find deeper inner meaning rather than the simple interpretation. Answers began to appear.

So what did I find? The Bible and science agree on what happened and when it happened with respect to the development of the universe and the appearance of life on earth. Not just roughly but precisely. That’s right! Documents at least 800 years old contain what science has discovered in the past 50 years!

This was so exciting I decided to share my findings in a book, The Genesis One Code was borne.

Canada’s leading newspaper describes the book as follows:

The book is engrossing. In it, Friedmann lays down an inter-twining of facts, equations and resultant theories. His presentation is persuasive and devoid of insistence. In essence, he argues that, just as a blueprint provides a scale reference to the finished building, there is a mathematical scale that reconciles the events of Genesis to the findings of science.

While the book was originally intended for those 12 to 30 years of age that are or have gone through a school system that portrays science against religion, it has been well received by all ages. Readers with a knowledge-craving, open mind will thoroughly enjoy this read and be delighted by its many elements and propositions.


About Daniel Friedmann

Daniel Friedmann is CEO of MDA Corp., specializing in robotics. He has a master's in engineering physics and 30 years' experience in the space industry. He has published more than 20 peer-reviewed scientific papers on space industry topics. He is also a longtime student of cosmology and religion. The Genesis One Code is available onhref
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1 comment:

YvonneW said...

Looks like a great book for individuals who are looking for the gift for that individual who has everything.