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Up to Hugh Ross's high standards. Well researched and full of current scientific proofs of the Creator and the Cosmos.Published 3 months ago by Jeffry L. Smith
This is, very simply, the most awe inspiring book I have EVER read, and that's not just a simple emotional response, but a FACT. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Dennis Mincey
Fabulous regarding intricate theories of how we relate to the Father God inter dimensionally. I found it easy and intriguing to read. Read morePublished 7 months ago by A.W.
This needs to be read by those in the scientific fields that understand better than I the particulars of pure science as presented by this author who attempts to provide evidence... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Ella M. Rydzewski
There is much to love about this book. I will freely grant, as would the author, that this is not a perfect solution or explanation of higher dimensionality and the relationship to... Read morePublished 10 months ago by nobunaga86
If you've read Creator and the Cosmos, read this. As Hugh Ross describes it, the extra-dimensionality of God is fascinating.Published 13 months ago by Peter Lundell
A must read for anyone seeking what lies beyond our three dimensions. Graphic examples and even proof that there is more out there than what we can see or comprehend.Published 13 months ago by Susan Larson
Hugh Ross has a great book, and a great study of the Cosmos and how the facts of nature point directly to the truth of the Bible and the clear presence of the Creator.Published 17 months ago by W. Sid Vogel
As a scientist I found this really well done. Ross explains concepts difficult for the non-scientist very well indeed, and for the science-minded does not gloss over or... Read morePublished 17 months ago by CGW