The Meaning of Human Existence

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Chance takes the reader on a fantastic journey through time in search of the meaning of human existence. Along the way, readers meet the Triune God, Satan, Einstein, Lemaitre, Mother Teresa, Emperor Constantine, St. Augustine, Saul of Tarsus, and others.

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Chance presents the scientific evidence indicating that we humans are not likely accidents of nature. If that be so, then what are we? Chance answers this and other questions that have troubled humans since the first caveman began to wonder why he existed: Is there a god who created us? If so, for what purpose? Why do bad things happen to good people? Is there really a heaven and a hell?

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If you are searching for the meaning of your own existence, you will be fascinated with Chance’s explanation of how it all began and how it all will end.

 

“Chance is a creative, thought-provoking presentation of the Christian narrative that is consistent with known scientific facts. Readers may not agree with all the author’s conclusions—I certainly didn’t—but Chance will force readers to examine long-held assumptions about Christian doctrine, and that is a good thing.”
Matthew Becker, Ph.D., Professor of Theology, Valparaiso University, and author of Fundamental Theology

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"Albeit in a work of fiction, Chance makes the case, based on logic and science, that our universe and life on earth are the handiwork of a powerful creator. The author uses various historical events to present God’s relationship to mankind from a unique perspective, that of the Creator Himself. Chance is imaginative and creative. I recommend it to everyone who has ever wondered about the meaning of human existence."
Brian Eckenrode, Ph. D., Adjunct Professor of Forensic Chemistry, George Mason University

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"If you have ever wondered what God was thinking when He created humans, you will enjoy the way Chance blends religious teachings and science fiction to deliver a creative prequel to the book of Genesis. The pathway to salvation is viewed through God’s lenses using historical anecdotes and Biblical passages. Chance will incite your theological imagination and increase your willingness to discuss religious issues with friends and family members."
Donna Taylor, mother, grandmother, nuclear Engineer (retired)