A Scientist Celebrates Creation

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TEACH Services, Inc., 2012 - Religion - 132 pages
Albert Einstein said, "Science without religion is lame, and religion without science is blind." The very basis of religion is the creatorship of God. Science, the study of the created world, therefore, is a subset of theology, the study of God. As a result, when secular or religious scientists discover new facts about the physical world, they are contributing to our understanding of the Creator who made heaven and earth and set all things in motion. George Javor, PhD, has spent his career teaching, studying, and conducting research in the field of biochemistry. A Scientist Celebrates Creation examines the existence of God and His creative power. Javor presents readers with a mountain of evidence from the solar system down to the miniscule organisms that he has spent his life researching-Escherichia coli-coupled with Bible references that provide clear evidence to the formation of our world by a loving Creator. In the last chapter of the book, Javor provides readers with a personal glimpse into his life and career. From surviving World War II in Hungary as a Jew, moving to the United States and becoming an Adventist, to dedicating his life to science and his Creator, Javor shares his life experiences in A Scientist Celebrates Creation.

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