Passage to Faith
Cosmic Evidence and Testimonies of God's Unseen Power
About Passage to Faith
Passage to Faith is Book 1 in The Faith Today Trilogy series.
Passage to Faith explores current scientific evidence supporting the case for the existence of a creator God. It draws on dozens of historical testimonies of individuals who had encounters with a Supreme Being which influenced them to change their lives, and sometimes the world, for the better. Taking the reader on an evidence-based tour through the cosmos, Lee, qualified in the fields of the philosophy of futures studies, theology, literature and education, reveals a stunning degree of indwelling intelligence and beauty on display throughout the universe and on Earth. He then traces the common ground between the creation account in Genesis in the Bible and scientific cosmology, the Big Bang theory and Albert Einstein’s theory of relativity.
Lee discusses the faith of a wide range of people from different eras and disciplines to reinforce the conviction that God’s redeeming power actively intervenes not just in nature but in history. These examples include, among others, figures from history like Joan of Arc, Nelson Mandela and Barack and Michelle Obama, scientists and mathematicians like Copernicus, Galileo, Kepler, Newton, Faraday, Mendel, Pasteur, Pascal, George Washington Carver, Dr Wernher von Braun, Professor Christiaan Barnard and Francis S. Collins, missionaries like John Wesley, Mother Theresa, Dr David Livingstone, Dr Albert Schweitzer, and Jackie Pullinger, singers, entertainers, and actors such as Bob Dylan, Johnny Cash, Jim Reeves, Glen Campbell, Alice Cooper, Gary Cooper, John Wayne, Alfred Hitchcock, Mark Wahlberg, Mel Gibson, Sylvester Stallone, and Bear Grylls, men and women from the sports arena like George Foreman, Novak Djokovic, Simona Halep, Margaret Court and Siya Kolisi, as well as astronauts such as Dr Buzz Aldrin, David Randolph Scott and Gene Cernan.
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