by Dr. Richard H. Hall
A topic always certain to encourage debate, the start of life on earth stimulates disparate points of view, from the spiritual to the scientific. The Big Bang explores these various beliefs with the intent of finding some common ground and bringing about a sense of unity among individuals.
Examining the science behind the Big Bang Theory, as well as the role of a Supreme Power as viewed by various religions throughout the world, Dr. Richard H. Hall keeps an open mind regarding these beliefs. Rather than relying on scientific data and terminology, Hall presents his thoughts in a down-to-earth manner, drawing on science as well as personal experience, readings, and conceptions. Exploring details regarding proof of evolution, the Big Bang – what it is, what started it, and how we know it is true, Creationism, nature and natural processes, spiritual and tangible realities, as well as population growth and sustainable resources, Hall deftly ties both sides of the argument together for an enlightening new perspective.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Dr. Richard H. Hall relocated to California from his native Colorado more than fifty years ago. Holding a medical degree from the University of Colorado School of Medicine, he has retired from his work as an orthopedic surgeon. The father of three is a member of the California Medical Society and enjoys swimming – there are even two Olympic swimmers in his family! This is his second book; his first, Religion vs. Reality, was published in 2005.
(2007, hardbound, 48 pages)