Xulon Press, 2008 - 168 páginas
Our society is becoming increasingly atheistic. Scientists are being expelled from the workplace for admitting that design rather than chance better explains the origin of the universe. Students in public schools and universities are being chided for their belief in God. Even among believers, doubt is taking hold as the world around us scoffs at any mention of a divine being. Does the atheist really hold the upper hand in the debate about our origin? Is it unreasonable to conclude that there is no God, since we cannot see him or measure His existence empirically? Is this life all there is? This book asks the most fundamental question of all: Why? Join the Preacher in this exposition of the Biblical book of Ecclesiastes, where thoughtful students can come to logical and reasonable conclusions regarding the existence of God, the origin of the universe, and man's purpose on earth. STUART N. TULLIS has worked in the fields of landscape construction and maintenance, retail sales, and real estate. He has volunteered as a music teacher in the public school system and as a T-ball coach. He holds a degree in Landscape Contracting from Mississippi State University. Like the author of Ecclesiastes, he currently functions as a preacher for the Honeysuckle Road Congregation in Dothan, Alabama.
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Appendix Difficult Passages
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