The Unauthorized Autobiography of God

The Unauthorized Autobiography of God

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The Unauthorized Autobiography of God is a logical yet light hearted, truly first person revelation of the cosmos that will show, once and for all, God is indeed big enough for us all. Big enough for Christians to finally embrace rather than fear science; big enough for scientists to openly believe in a Creator instead of apologize for one; perhaps even big enough for atheists and agnostics to clearly "see the light" for the very first time. This book is not like any book you have ever read before. It does not fit nicely into any standard category. In it, you will find a unique blend of hard science and biblically accurate speculation concerning the origin of both God and the universe, including a previously unpublished theory of the cosmos. This new "Bang Crash" theory elegantly plugs many of the holes found in the currently accepted "Big Bang" theory; eliminating the need for "dark matter" and "dark energy," while also supporting a scientific basis for the existence of a very real more

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  • Paperback | 130 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 7.62mm | 254.01g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1508653615
  • 9781508653615

About Scott Jeffrey Richards

As an author I am like a "voice crying out in the wilderness," alone and unknown. A bright lad, I was eligible for Mensa when I was twelve, chose a wife over WestPoint when I was twenty, and have spent my entire life watching and learning. In my many roles I have been a pharmacist for an Arctic MASH unit (just like on TV only much colder), a software designer, an engineer in the aerospace industry, a dedicated single father, a technical writer, and most recently, a semi-retired pizza delivery man in a small Montana town near Glacier National Park (where and when I wrote my book). I was raised in a pretty good Christian home, and received the usual fundamentalist indoctrination while growing up, which I mostly turned my back on during my early adulthood. After going through several phases (including fascinations with Alan Watts, Zen, Carlos Castaneda, Taoism, and "expanding my consciousness"), I eventually came back around to my roots and now mostly embrace a rather plain vanilla version of Christianity. I don't go to a church; I just read the Bible and worship in my own way. Although I've received a considerable amount of formal training both military and collegiate, I have primarily educated myself, and will continue to do so forever (God willing).show more