God, Us and the Universe

The beginning of the creation of God

by Nicholas P. Ginex



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 5/3/2012

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 759
ISBN : 9781469198941
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 759
ISBN : 9781469198958
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 759
ISBN : 9781469198965

About the Book

An Overview of God, Us and the Universe

This book provides articles posted by this author on the Internet forum, www.gather.com. Included are fi fty articles that have been stimulated by the historical novel, Future of God Amen. They have been written to add further insights and supporting arguments of many assertions and conclusions presented in the novel. The gather member comments and author replies will illuminate for the reader many points of view, which may give greater scope to previous ideas about God, the soul, and what we have mentally conceived.

Future of God Amen, written for people who desire to learn how mankind conceived one-universal God, serves as the backbone for the articles presented herein. It reveals facts and findings surfaced by highly respected scholars and Egyptologists. A new and gifted writer of religious findings, below are praises written for Future of God Amen . They validate the author’s writing skills to surface knowledge of a religious past that deserves to be known by the modern world.


Nicholas takes facts and figures from Christian, Judaic, and Islamic religions and takes them into a new level where scholars, and professors alike will be mind blown and use this superb work of literature…. for centuries to come.
- Michael G. Stone, Poet and Author

An eye opening revelation for those unfamiliar with the origins of their religious beliefs. A masterful, easy to read correlation of well documented and presented historical information. A superb addition to anyone’s library.
- Canadian Author, Richard Regener

Better written and more cohesive than many books on religion, Future of God Amen is scholarly and fl eshed out to the point of textbook meticulousness; but it blindsides you with new discoveries and conclusions.
- Andrea Borja, Journalist and Author

His position, that Judaism, Christianity and Islam all fi nd their origins in Egypt, is not a new one, nor without controversy, however, he supports his argument with references, maps and histories, which are quite compelling. His writing style is smooth and is easy reading for an inquiring mind……..This book would be a valuable addition to the library of any Church, Synagogue or Masjid. Any student of history, civilization and religion would do well to make it required reading.
- Artur Zorka, C.H.T., Astronomer and Author

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