Susan Heim on Parenting is pleased to be a stop on the book tour for The Broken Gift, by Daniel Friedmann! In the following article, he shares more information about his new book, and how it's important to talk about the origins of life with our children.
Have your children ever asked you the question, “How did we get here?” Your children are confused and, at times, so are you. What is going on? Kids are taught evolution in school and creationism in Sunday school -- with both authorities claiming to be right.
I could not make much progress in clarifying the topic to their satisfaction, despite my strong scientific background, having been trained as a physics engineer, working in space-related areas for 30 years, and my religious knowledge on the topic acquired over more than a decade of studies. So I worked through these issues when I wrote my two books, The Genesis One Code and The Broken Gift.
My new book deals with this topic head-on, in a new way. Both science and religion claim to know what happened and when -- one or both must be right. The Broken Gift focuses on hard evidence of what happened and when. Once that account is reconciled, it discusses how it happened, which for science and religion is somewhat different.
In The Broken Gift, you’ll discover what Adam and Eve were really like, who was the first man, and what he looked like. Did Noah, Noah’s ark and the flood really happen? This, and more puzzling mysteries are explored.
~Grady Harp, Amazon Top Reviewer
So, how did we get here? You and your family can spend hours of quality time having a discussion about science, religion, and the meaning and purpose of life. Either way, your kids will be fascinated!
Daniel Friedmann is CEO of MDA Corp., specializing in robotics. He has a master’s in engineering physics and 30 years’ experience in the space industry. He has published more than 20 peer-reviewed scientific papers on space industry topics. He is also a longtime student of cosmology and religion. The Genesis One Code is currently available on Amazon.com. The Broken Gift is available at Amazon and at http://danielfriedmannbooks.com.
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