Home » Discovering God in Science: Science Discoveries That Suggest There Is a Creator by Charles E. Steele
Discovering God in Science: Science Discoveries That Suggest There Is a Creator Charles E. Steele

Discovering God in Science: Science Discoveries That Suggest There Is a Creator

Charles E. Steele

Published July 14th 2009
ISBN : 9781606960097
Paperback
234 pages
Enter the sum

 About the Book 

Did the Big Bang create the universe? Did life start by chance, all without a cause? Does God exist? New discoveries in science are now pointing to the need for a Creator to explain the unexplainable. Science is observing that many features of ourMoreDid the Big Bang create the universe? Did life start by chance, all without a cause? Does God exist? New discoveries in science are now pointing to the need for a Creator to explain the unexplainable. Science is observing that many features of our universe could not have happened purely by chance. Despite the academic dominance of philosophical naturalism and materialism, many scientists are bravely putting forth the God Hypothesis as an alternate theory to the origin of the universe. Yet many students are being bombarded by unbiblical theories when they go to school, and they are thus losing their faith in God. In events like these, it is important to know how to articulate a Christian worldview. If you are interested in a cutting-edge debate between science and religion, then Discovering God in Science is a must-read. Join new author Charles E. Steele as he offers insight into this ongoing debate. Discovering God in Science is sure to equip, encourage, and guide students of all ages in their faith in the Creator. Charles E. Steele has had a lifelong interest in astronomy and science. He graduated from the University of Cincinnati with a B.S. in industrial design. In 1969 he joined the U.S. Air Force, where he was stationed at Ramstein A.B., West Germany. His interest in science and technology has allowed him to be awarded 11 U.S. Patents. He has been listed in Whos Who in the Midwest. He currently lives in Michigan with his wife and mother, where he remains semi-active as a design consultant.