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Between Migdol and the Sea: Crossing the Red Sea with Faith and Science Paperback – September 26, 2014
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About the Author
Carl Drews was confirmed at Faith Lutheran Church in New Providence, New Jersey. He earned a BS in Electrical Engineering at Stanford University, and an MS in Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences at the University of Colorado in Boulder. He has taught Anglican Sunday School and published scientific papers about storm surge. He has climbed Kilimanjaro and built houses with Habitat for Humanity. Drews works as a Software Engineer in Boulder, Colorado. His research has been featured on ABC News, National Public Radio, CNN.com, BBC Radio, USA Today, Fox31 Denver, the History channel, and the Washington Post.
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hristian faith. you may agree or disagree with his work but you will no doubt have to respect his time and energy expended on the subject. I enjoyed the read very much
This book makes it seem like the author's god is nothing more than a blowhard. Silly to waste so much time and effort unless like
children's literature, it is done for profit.
His next book may be about how a human can walk on water that isn't frozen. Or how a god can protect 3 men from being injured
inside a red hot furnace. Or maybe he will scientifically show how turnips and trees can thrive on the earth before the sun existed.
That should be a fun read for flat earthers and geocentrists.
As others such as Benjamin Franklin have said..."The way to see by faith is to shut the eye of reason."
But the Father of Protestantism warned the faithful that the risked losing their faith if they allow themselves to use
reason and logic. Faith can't withstand it. Blind obedience is required.