This fascinating and intelligent non-dogmatic study analyses the credibility of the first 11 chapters of the book of Genesis, from a combined perspective of philosophy, theology, and science. The stories of how the world began and the creation of humankind are scrutinized by the author in an attempt to convey an advanced and objective understanding for its readers.
The author has no intention to convert or de-convert to or from the Christian faith, instead, he chooses to share his findings with readers who can them make up their own mind.
To support his plausible findings, he has evidenced and referenced a wealth of resources, and extensively researched this highly debated and constantly evolving topic. The finely detailed content reflects his meticulous undertaking, and the results are thought-provoking, to say the least.
Everything has been included in this absorbing piece of work, from insights into extra-terrestrial beings, the Bible's contradictory take on incest, eternal hell, moral standards, reproduction and symbolism, to the notion of the Babel tower myth, the reality of the animals on Noah’s ark, the inconsistency of the flood stories, and the ‘real’ image of God; and the content throughout is highly compelling.