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Geoff Ward: Laurence Gardner’s posthumously published The Origin of God, just out, seeks to minimize the ‘science versus religion’ debate, substituting a straightforward historical inquiry. By following God’s story as it has been written and preached through the ages, this new book presents a uniquely revealed account of how the biblically identified ‘El Shaddai’ was transformed in scripture from a character who walked the Earth to an inscrutable figure of religious remembrance.

Best-selling Gardner, who died last August at the untimely age of 67, was a fearless and authoritative author and speaker in the ‘alternative history’ genre of research whose works, including The Grail Enigma (2009) and Lost Secrets of the Sacred Ark (2004), presented controversial revisionist theories, and challenged orthodox views of world history.

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Geoff Ward: Laurence Gardner’s posthumously published The Origin of God, just out, seeks to minimize the ‘science versus religion’ debate, substituting a straightforward historical inquiry. By following God’s story as it has been written and preached through the ages, this new book presents a uniquely revealed account of how the biblically identified ‘El Shaddai’ was transformed in scripture from a character who walked the Earth to an inscrutable figure of religious remembrance.

Best-selling Gardner, who died last August at the untimely age of 67, was a fearless and authoritative author and speaker in the ‘alternative history’ genre of research whose works, including The Grail Enigma (2009) and Lost Secrets of the Sacred Ark (2004), presented controversial revisionist theories, and challenged orthodox views of world history.

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All of creation gives glory to God. One only need look at even how the human body is a complexity of organisms working together, how different male and female are yet they need each other to reproduce. How everything in this world requires dependency on one another for surivival. Without one another we die. When we realize that we ourselves did not create ourselves, and how each different DNA sequence will cause a different effect to happen and that only are we just now mapping the human genome. We see it's complexity, and thats just the human body. If we look at the human brain, alot of it is dormant or just parts of our DNA have it turned off. The problem is that we are trying to fit God into a box limited to our understanding yet we haven't really began to hear the Angels that tend to us or the Lord thats also talks to us. Who makes sure we sleep, who makes sure we dream, and if we do go somewhere else when we dream, who makes sure we make it back to our bodies when we wake up, who wakes us up. I would say God, because for the most if not all of us, we do not see the grand scale of things going on. We lack the spiritual programming if it were to understand or relate to the unseen.

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All of creation gives glory to God. One only need look at even how the human body is a complexity of organisms working together, how different male and female are yet they need each other to reproduce. How everything in this world requires dependency on one another for surivival. Without one another we die. When we realize that we ourselves did not create ourselves, and how each different DNA sequence will cause a different effect to happen and that only are we just now mapping the human genome. We see it's complexity, and thats just the human body. If we look at the human brain, alot of it is dormant or just parts of our DNA have it turned off. The problem is that we are trying to fit God into a box limited to our understanding yet we haven't really began to hear the Angels that tend to us or the Lord thats also talks to us. Who makes sure we sleep, who makes sure we dream, and if we do go somewhere else when we dream, who makes sure we make it back to our bodies when we wake up, who wakes us up. I would say God, because for the most if not all of us, we do not see the grand scale of things going on. We lack the spiritual programming if it were to understand or relate to the unseen.

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