Switching Gears

After struggling for more than a year on my sequel to There Are No Molecules in God, Book One: God is One, I’ve decided to set it aside for a while and to begin with a different approach, driven by my great love for God’s handiwork seen in all that modern cosmologists and astrophysicists are discovering about the universe.

The book, whose working title is The Heavens Proclaim the Glory of God (taken from Psalm 19:1), examines the scientific discoveries in the last half of the twentieth century, and the early twenty-first century, about the birth and development of the universe.

A supernova explosion seen in the lower left corner of the Horsehead Nebula

Many ideas for chapters of this manuscript appear on my new WordPress blog, God Seen in His Universe, showing with words and stunning color photographs taken by international land-based and space-based telescopes, how God continues to reveal His presence in all the splendor and the glory of  the macrocosm that surrounds us.

Since I’ve made this switch, this new approach which combines theology with astronomy demonstrates not only that God exists, but also that  the masterpiece of the universe can only be the product of His infinite intelligence and power.