We explore the questions about the Biblical creation, the actual dating of the origins of the earth and man…the actual dating of the Genesis narrative, and a cosmology coded into the ancient Hebrew manuscripts. We explore, you decide…
The Genesis One Code is the first book to rigorously reconcile the religious and scientific accounts of our origins, written in response to the common quandary about the origins of the universe and life and the seeming incompatibility between the biblical description and the latest scientific findings. The book presents a biblically derived formula to convert events in Genesis creation days to scientific time. Using this formula, big bang events and fossil record align precisely in time with the Genesis creation narrative.
In The Genesis One Code, author and aerospace engineer Daniel Friedmann examines the questions and provides an accurate gauge on which science and The Bible can come together.
Friedmann’s ‘Scale of Origin’ is a discovery of monumental proportions – undeniably connecting the dots and filling in the gray areas between the mismatched timelines of science and The Bible.
Genesis provides the clues, Friedmann’s discoveries surely begins the unraveling of the mysteries between faith and science.
Daniel Friedmann is currently CEO of Canada’s leading aerospace company which built the robotic arms on space station and the shuttles, and is involved in space exploration and the Hubble telescope. He is a professional engineer and holds a master’s degree in engineering physics. He has 30 years’ experience in the space industry, having worked on projects in fifteen countries while throughout the decades conducting extensive scientific research.He has published more than 20 peer-reviewed scientific papers on space industry topics and cosmology. He is also a longtime student of religion and for the past 14 years has attended the Vancouver Kollel center for learning.
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