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How did God create humankind?

Ali Ansarifar

The book reviews the cosmological model of the universe based on the Big Bang and the Darwinian theory of the struggle for existence by natural selection. The biblical and scientific views on the origin of humanity will be examined separately. Then, based on science and the biblical narrative, an idea for the origin of God and humanity will be proposed.

Faith is the greatest mystery of all, and redemption through the person of Jesus Christ is the reason for the universe's existence and the creation of humanity. In Genesis, light and darkness co-existed and were separated to create the world, but in the person of Jesus Christ, light and darkness are separated forever, and redemption is achieved. The apparent conflict between science and religion is replaced with a more positive use of scientific knowledge to understand Genesis in the Bible.

Book Details

  • Publisher: Kingdom Publishers
  • Publish Date: Oct 17th, 2022
  • Pages: 106
  • Language: English
  • Dimensions: 8.27in - 5.83in - 0.22in - 0.30lb
  • EAN: 9781911697640
  • Categories: General

About the Author

Ansarifar, Ali: - Dr. Ali Ansarifar has published 6 books and over 142 technical research papers in peer-reviewed international scientific journals and technical magazines and contributed chapters to scientific books. His last five books were written on the Bible and biblical history.Dr. Ali Ansarifar has been living in the U.K. for over 40 years. He was awarded a bachelor's degree, a doctorate in Materials Science from Queen Mary College, the University of London, and a Diploma in Interface Science from Imperial College, University of London. He worked as a post-doctoral research assistant at Imperial College, London, and the Cavendish Laboratory, Department of Physics at the University of Cambridge. He was an upper senior research scientist in a rubber research and development centre in Hertfordshire, UK, and a lecturer in polymer engineering in Loughborough University's Materials Department until he retired as a senior lecturer. He has given lectures, seminars, and workshops in the United States, the United Kingdom, Europe, the Middle East, and Southeast Asia. He has been on the editorial board of some scientific journals and has been awarded prizes for his scientific publications. He is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy U.K. and a servant of Jesus Christ.