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The Master of Evolution: An Illustrated Voyage of Truth and Light Hardcover – Unabridged, December 25, 2012
Midwest Book Review - January 2013: The nature of mankind, its faith and science unite in its origins. The Master of Evolution is a curious exploration of the metaphysical from Gregory Hatton as he uses a novel to create a discussion of the origins of mankind and the coding of God in science and evolution. Looking into the stars and presenting an intriguing interpretation of the universe and the ultimate destiny of mankind, The Master of Evolution is a strong pick for those who want much to consider for metaphysical spirituality collections, highly recommended. Small Press Bookwatch, Fiction Shelf - O, The Oprah Magazine - Sept 2012: [The Master of Evolution] sounds live a very informative book. --Midwest Book Review - O, The Oprah Magazine
Benjamin Franklin Book Awards - April 2013: 1. This is the type of book that rocks you back on your heels while you try and regain your intellectual and religious balance. It has beautiful illustrations and a fascinating theme. 2. An amazing book. Jacket cover is eye-catching. Illustrations are beautiful. Very well done. 3. Beautiful cover. Good use of color on the textual pages. Great illustrations. Good scientific explanations. Nativity picture on page 133 is beautiful. Fascinating book. - Place 3/4. --Benjamin Franklin Book Awards, Judges Comments.
Writer's Digest - September 2013: Aerospace engineer, futurist and Christian mystic Gregory Hatton from Vancouver, British Columbia, has produced an impressive volume of work in The Master of Evolution. This is a 16-by-23 centimeter hardback with a beautiful high-gloss paper cover that shows an arresting image of the crucifix and a male figure depicting Jesus over a burning orb. I like the creativity of this adventure of an astronaut traveling on a mission to the moon. While there, Cavendish is transported through time and space to receive revelations about the origins of life and its evolution. Because I like Einstein, Galileo and Copernicus, I was glad to find them among the many scientists and sages Cavendish meets; I like the notion of his speaking with them. I like the use of both science and humor in this story. I think many readers will like that the angel Gabriel is depicted as female. Most impressive is the quality of this book overall: the illustrations are top notch and haunting. The reader is likely to want to keep going back to look at them. It is not standard in the publishing industry to highlight important speech by changing the color of the print. Jesus' words should be in black text as are the rest of the words. Toward the end of the book, the titles of hymns are printed in red. Again, this is not standard in the publishing industry. Judge, Writers Digest 21st Annual Self-Published Book Awards
Berger's Book Review, Spirituality - March 1, 2013: The last prophet lived over 2000 years ago, but what if God decided to send a messenger to his people on earth right now? With all the technological advances we've made since then, would He share information about the science behind creation? The Master of Evolution explores this question through a fictional account of a new prophet God is sending to humanity. John Cavendish is on a special mission to the moon to investigate the Peak of Eternal Light. While there, he suddenly comes face to face with the angel, Gabriel. Through conversations with Gabriel and scientists such as Einstein and Darwin, the history of earth is revealed. God is light, as the Bible suggests, and author Gregory Hatton proceeds to prove this through a series of mathematical calculations. He also shows how this light is involved in all of creation, and man's purpose and future are explored. An abundance of interesting theory is presented in this unique fictional work. As with all religious speculation, I err on the side of caution, yet nothing feels dangerous or in conflict with scripture or mainstream teaching. This story is an enjoyable read that will give you a lot to think about. Alice Berger, Berger's Book Review --Writer's Digest
About the Author
Gregory Hatton, an aerospace engineer, presents his first spiritual science fiction book with this beautiful, color illustrated novel.
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Gregory Hatton has developed several original ideas and discoveries that are not only scientifically sound, but also correspond contextually with biblical passages. The science in the book spans several disciplines of scientific theory. Hopefully other scientific scholars will pickup the book, do the math, and join the revival.
The story that is the vehicle used to showcase the discoveries is set in the not too distant future, but features well know personalities from the resent past. This makes for an entertaining journey that is often funny, and always interesting. The book also showcases several beautiful illustrations meant to inspire.
Buy this book. This book could actually be a part of masive movement that leads many to a relationship with The Lord.The Master of Evolution: An Illustrated Voyage of Truth and Light
I read it again to review the ideas presented, e.g. how energy and the power of prayer can bring forth things hoped for, or that the crown of thorns placed on Jesus' head represents the double helix of human DNA. It would be interesting to hear what scientists and theologians of today would have to say about these ideas.
As a Christian, this book may reaffirm your faith. If you are questioning your beliefs, this book could possibly provide some answers.
Overall a great book.
But it would be a mistake to put this book down. Even though I do not subscribe to ID, I found myself drawn in to the story. I'll leave it at that, the book draws you in. Into what? If you have an ounce of mysticism in you, whether or not you are a Christian, a Muslim, a Buddhist, or Hindu or of no faith at all, you'll encounter a most generous revelation. I found the book to be a lot of fun. I'll give it 5 stars.
Ralph H. Armstrong, M.D.Christianity in Evolution: Discovering the Harmony of Science and Faith and Christianity, Evolution and the Breath of Life
John Cavendish is on a special mission to the moon to investigate the Peak of Eternal Light. While there, he suddenly comes face to face with the angel, Gabriel. Through conversations with Gabriel and scientists such as Einstein and Darwin, the history of earth is revealed. God is light, as the Bible suggests, and author Gregory Hatton proceeds to prove this through a series of mathematical calculations. He also shows how this light is involved in all of creation, and man's purpose and future are explored.
An abundance of interesting theory is presented in this unique fictional work. As with all religious speculation, I err on the side of caution, yet nothing feels dangerous or in conflict with scripture or mainstream teaching. This story is an enjoyable read that will give you a lot to think about.
Reviewer: Alice Berger
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This book pulls you in.