The Genesis One Code

The Genesis One Code


Christian - Non-Fiction
214 Pages
Reviewed on 10/28/2012
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Author Biography

Born in Chile and raised in Canada, Daniel Friedmann studies the origin of the universe and life on earth from both the scientific and biblical perspectives. He holds a master's degree in engineering physics and is CEO of a leading Canadian aerospace company.
Daniel Friedmann's first book, The Genesis One Code, demonstrated an alignment between key events and times as described in the creation narrative in the book of Genesis with those derived from scientific theory and observation. Through his writings, speaking engagements and appearances on television and radio, he wishes to help the young and all students of our world put science and the Bible into mutually comprehensible, and in turn respectful, contexts.
For more information see http://danielfriedmannbooks.com/about-daniel-friedmann/

    Book Review

Reviewed by Anne Billings for Readers' Favorite

When a discussion on the origin of the earth comes up most people will have one of these two opinions. There are those who will take the side of science; they believe in the big bang theory and evolution. The other popular belief is that God created heaven, earth and all living things in 6 days and rested on the 7th day. Daniel Friedmann combines parts of the two theories. Friedmann does not attempt to discredit either theory but focuses on how they complement each other. Friendmann takes a look at creation from a unique, logical, and sensible approach.

I enjoyed reading "The Genesis One Code". The book of Genesis has always fascinated me. I truly believe that the foundation for the Christian faith can be found in Genesis. Currently I am teaching a Jr. High Sunday School Class. When I realized they had little Biblical foundation to build on I decided to change my teaching strategy and assist them in a study of Genesis. "The Genesis One Code" and its invaluable information came in at just the right time. I have also visited the Creation Museum in Petersberg, Kentucky, several times. While the museum and Friedmann do not completely agree with each other there are many points where they do agree. "The Genesis One Code" is well-researched. Author Daniel Friedmann has well-documented his sources. His writing style is fine and easy to understand. Mr. Friedmann uses a mathematical formula to “marry” the scientific and the creationist theories. This is a book that needs to be studied as it is being read. It also needs to be pondered on. There will always be those who are unwilling to compromise on their opinion of how heaven, earth and all living things were created. However, Daniel Friedmann offers a rational and reasonable theory. I highly recommend "The Genesis One Code".