In Search of God: God, Religious Scriptures & Proof of Divine Revelation

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iUniverse, 2011 - Religion - 236 pages
Only God knows. We may ponder and choose our own path to receiving His Word, but we must realize ours is a human path. We cannot let blind faith, tradition, and ritual cloud our judgment and determine our perception of the world. The potent mix of fanaticism (whether tied to a nation or a religion), ignorance, and emotion has driven wedges among the peoples of the earth wedges that need not exist at all. In Search of God: God, Religious Scriptures, and Proof of Divine Revelation presents the result of author Dr. Mohamed Gad's twenty-five-year study of Christian, Islamic, and Judaic scripture, revealing the unifying truths of divinity, belief, and faith. In Search of God challenges serious students of all faiths and backgrounds as it examines proof for the existence of God, creation and evolution, prophecy, the identity of Jesus, the concept of the Holy Trinity, and the commonalities and spirit of revelation of the world's three major religions. Dr. Gad's personal journey and critical, spiritual investigation personify the human desire to understand God's intention for us. Yes, only God knows, but armed with truth and tolerance we now have a chance to create a brighter future for our children and ourselves, a future in which we seek God, trust in Him, and are at peace.

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Fragmented defense of the Koran as the fulfillment of Jewish and Christian scripture, and as a prophetic authority on matters of science and nature.Utilizing numerous and often lengthy passages from ... Read full review

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About the author (2011)

Dr. Mohammad Gadis a medical doctor and has spent over twenty-five years investigating religious scriptures for irrefutable evidence in support of Divine Revelation. Born in England and raised in Canada, Dr. Gad lives in the United States with his wife and three teenage children.

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