A powerful tale of defiance and determination as Loris seeks a scientific discovery to disprove the existence of God, thereby leading to the true Origin of all things.
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Under the leadership of Professor McKenzie Smyth from Ailensbury University, Dr Loris Lang, a microbiologist, embarks on a bold scientific project to discover the origin of all life. The university contracts Microlab Industries to handle the project, and the professor arranges that Andrew Renshaw, his former student who now works at the lab, is to work alongside Loris.
However, Loris’ atheism and evolutionary perspectives stand in opposition to Andrew’s Christian beliefs. Loris is determined not only to disprove God through the discovery but also to prove Donald Browning’s fictional novel, Beginnings, as real and enlighten Andrew as to the “truth”.
Will Loris and Andrew be able to work together or will conflict arise? What role does Professor Stanley Burg play, and what is the FLEA? What is the message given by Mark Marsh, Ailensbury Christian Fellowship’s minister, that troubles Loris? Will a discovery be made, and if so, could it ultimately disprove the existence of God or will God always have the last say?
Join Loris, Andrew, Profs Smyth and Burg, and the others on the route to discovery.
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The print version of the book (5.5" x 8.5") is 342 pages in total. The story itself is just more than 87,000 words.
With sermon and Scripture included.