Witness to Grace
PublishAmerica, Feb 25, 2008 - Religion - 90 pages
A personal story of awakening to the beauty of holiness, the art of metaphor, the sacredness of dialogue, meaning in service to that which is eternal, and the reality of Evil, this book also chronicles a struggle to find a calling to a career in the science of the solid state, a career that brought together physics, chemistry and engineering. The author leaves to the reader the decision as to what was the result of chance and what was the leading of the Spirit of Love.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - John_Hardy - LibraryThing
This is the autobiography of one of the most important (and maybe most under-rated) scientists of the late 20th/early 21st century. John Goodenough was for many years a professor at Oxford and still ... Read full review
I desire to get this book in print, but it is so hard to find it. Currently, some people are selling this book on Amazon at about 900 USD. I don't think that is a right and gracious thing to do, since this book is "Witness to Grace". I believe the author, Professor John Goodenough, wrote this book for more people to get to know God and his grace, not to make $ benefit like this way.