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Remnants of Eden opens with an insightful quote from the father of quantum physics, Werner Heisenberg: “The first gulp from the glass of natural science will turn you into an atheist, but at the bottom of the glass God is waiting for you.” This book brilliantly articulates on some of the important, albeit controversial questions of all time, questions related to the origin of life. A well-researched work that examines the biblical and scientific arguments on the origins of the world, the nature of reality and God, and the concept of time, Remnants of Eden: Evolution, Deep-Time, & the Antediluvian World by D.S. Causey offers a fresh perspective on the seemingly futile arguments that have baffled intellectuals, scientists and philosophers for millennia. But what should one believe? What science tells us or what faith teaches? Find out what this thinker, man of faith, and researcher has to say in the pages of this book.
In the opening pages, the author makes a proclamation that defines his approach to the subject: “I have since come to find myself utterly dedicated to exposing the often hidden connections between ancient ideologies and new dogmas, and discussing why we absolutely must recognize the significance of each both separately and together as a whole.” So saying, D.S. Causey moves on to establish a strong, intelligent, and interesting dialogue between faith and science, a dialogue that will leave readers informed while understanding the connection between faith and reason. Remnants of Eden: Evolution, Deep-Time, & the Antediluvian World will have a strong appeal to readers who want to understand the origin of life and the ultimate destiny of all things. Remnants of Eden is as interesting and entertaining as it is informative, an intelligent answer to the questions that have haunted the human spirit for millennia.