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Alan Dickin is Professor of Geology at McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, where he has taught for the past twenty years. He is the author of many scientific papers on Geochronology, as well as a graduate-level textbook Radiogenic Isotope Geology, (1995 and 2005). His new book Pagan Trinity - Holy Trinity: The Legacy of the Sumerians in Western Civilization is the result of his lifelong interest in the relationship between the biblical story of origins in Genesis, and geological, archaeological, and historical evidence for the origins of human civilization.
I have read a lot of history and have been catching bits of information here and there about the similarities between these two religions. I thoroughly enjoyed this book because it put a lot of information into one place. It was easy to read but I felt it was historically accurate. It explained some things about how God created the world in Genesis which I found fascinating.
I am very glad I bought it, and I would recommend it for the interested student or lecturer.
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