Hugh Ross
Fingerprint of God: Recent Scientific Discoveries Reveal the Unmistakable Identity of the Creator
July 16, 2019 Comments.. 196
Fingerprint of God Recent Scientific Discoveries Reveal the Unmistakable Identity of the Creator Hugh Ross tells the story of how the question of God s existence has been answered by both science and theology In easy to read language he pulls together a vast array of literature that presents pow
  • Title: Fingerprint of God: Recent Scientific Discoveries Reveal the Unmistakable Identity of the Creator
  • Author: Hugh Ross
  • ISBN: 9780939497188
  • Page: 461
  • Format: Paperback
  • Hugh Ross tells the story of how the question of God s existence has been answered by both science and theology In easy to read language, he pulls together a vast array of literature that presents powerful and convincing evidence of the existence of God The latest research has sealed the case for divine creation and has revealed the identity of the Creator Himself
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    1. NASIR says:

      COSMOLOGY ASTRONOMY 1 The earth in space, affected only by gravity While other sources declared the earth sat on the back of an elephant or turtle, or was held up by Atlas, the Bible alone states what we now know to be true.Job 26 7 He stretcheth out the north over the empty place, and Suspending the earth upon nothing.2 The earth is an orb or sphere At a time when many thought the earth was flat, the Bible told us that the earth is spherical Isaiah 40 22 It is He that sitteth upon the circle of [...]

    2. Amos says:

      COSMOLOGY ASTRONOMY 1 The earth free floats in space, affected only by gravity While other sources declared the earth sat on the back of an elephant or turtle, or was held up by Atlas, the Bible alone states what we now know to be true.Job 26 7 He stretcheth out the north over the empty place, and hangeth the earth upon nothing.2 The earth is an orb or sphere At a time when many thought the earth was flat, the Bible told us that the earth is spherical Isaiah 40 22 It is He that sitteth upon the [...]

    3. Billy O says:

      I really liked this book alot since I am very interested in Religion and meta physical subjects First 6 chapters are very technical physics etc I recommend just reading through them the best you can to get a general sense of what the author is talking about Then the last Chapters wrap the subject up pretty well Theistic Astrophysosist Author The book blew my mind Why is there something instead of nothing The idea of parallel universes etc The idea of Nothingness Mind blowing to say the least.Wit [...]

    4. Robert Biehl says:

      Pretty good view of Genesis from a scientific perspective I wouldn t say that a book like this alone would prove that God exists though.

    5. Ron says:

      Outlines how chance and naturalistic selection seem inadequate to explain the macro and micro evolution of man.A point of encouragement for modern theists not just Christians is how Kant s infinite in space and time universe totally dominated all thought through the nineteenth century, rebuffing what should have been fatal scientific challenge based on observations until Einstein s Theory of Relativity knocked the theoretical props from beneath That physics is once again captive to a theory turn [...]

    6. Michael Lagier says:

      Very interesting and thought provoking read Good look at Cosmology and how Christian belief and modern science really do go hand in hand.

    7. Brian says:

      a bit dated, but in the day it was an eye opening read on the anthropic coincidences.

    8. Cris Mcgrath says:

      Brilliant

    9. Suzanne says:

      This book is refreshing It is scientific than spiritual Sometimes that is to be appreciated In an attempt to bridge the gap between science and Christianity, Hugh Ross does an excellent job delving into a boat load of scientific facts His math is difficult for the layman to keep up with, though in his introduction he eases the burden a bit by pointing out that you don t have to grasp it all, just merely get a feel for the massive amounts of fine tuning that have taken place in an unreasonably a [...]

    10. Dave Jones says:

      About two thirds or so of this book walks the reader through the development of our scientific understanding of the universe and how it relates to the Biblical creation account This portion of the book is probably best suited to undergraduates in physics astrophysics astronomy I was lost for a good chunk of this portion It was the reason I did not give it 5 stars I do appreciate and respect that someone with Dr Ross s credentials and experience is taking on this examination Frankly, I m embarras [...]

    11. Ben Wanamaker says:

      Very stimulating I had a very nice intro course to modern scientific discoveries, while Ross delves into the mass complexities and chance probabilities of a creator versus random processes Whatever side of the fence anyone is on, Ross compels us to state the scientific evidence in the face relating to the mathematical combinations of emergent life on the sub atomic level, going through all of the particle ratios needed to make or existence happen Many of his points are mere asides in single para [...]

    12. Jeremiah says:

      For its time this book was king, but Dr Ross needs to update it with current science material though most of this book has been subsumed in The Creator the Cosmos This book is both a brief primer on the history of cosmology and a sledge hammer when it comes to critiquing the various alternative models for the universe s origin Dr Ross does take an old earth, long Genesis days position on scriptural interpretation he is also believes in inerrancy and is widely respected by conservative Evangelica [...]

    13. Cassandra says:

      I like the messege of this book, and while I generally enjoy scientific validations to my faith this one was as bit long winded, the first section is argues the fact that the universe is finite and has an origin not really until the third section does he get to the impact of the God of the Bible on cosmology He goes into some detail about several detracting theories and sometimes the details get a little hard to follow expescailly when he starts adding the equations to the details Not a bad book [...]

    14. Karen L. says:

      I found I liked part one, the roots of cosmology which gave an interesting overview of the history from the earth centered veiw of our solar system to the sun centered view He discussed Augustine, Thomas Aquinus, Copernicus, Galileo, Kant etc I also liked part three, biblical cosmology It explained the evidence for long creation well Part two was too scientifically technical for me.

    15. Wendy says:

      pretty good, kind of sci fiper computer

    16. Christina says:

      Recommended by Cherise Stutzman

    17. Emiko says:

      You really have to love science to read or finish the book Interesting if you can weed through the details But overall, it is pretty heady for the average joe, like me.

    18. Michael Walker says:

      Employment of science in defense of the Christian faith by an astrophysicist Interesting, informative, provocative in places.

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