Elohim Phenomenon

Torah, Science and Math

by I. D. McClain



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 3/8/2013

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 7.5x9.25
Page Count : 482
ISBN : 9781466980563

About the Book

This book is a mathematical and scientific portrayal of the creation of the physical universe. We examine all the details of forming a neutron, the atoms, the earth, and the galaxies as related to the Torah. Unlike most creational science books that biologically attack evolution or focus in on the flood or the big bang theory, we build the entire universe from scratch, namely nothing. After building the microcosm, we build the macrocosm and the earth. We only touch biology from the standpoint of transition from before and after the fall. After structuring the initial universe and earth, we examine all the cataclysmic activity that formulates the world as we know it today. Truly, the reverence for Elohim is the beginning of knowledge and the Torah a light to follow for understanding. The reverence for Elohim is like deciding to look at the map for directions. The Torah is like the images on the map. The Ruach HaKodesh (Holy Spirit) gives us the ability to understand the images that we see on the map. Have you ever wondered how plants survive after Elohim created them before there was a sun to divide day from night? Or did you just decide that the whole idea is impossible?

About the Author

I became a believer in March 1982. In 1990 in Alaska, I began writing this book as a study of geology. In a sense, the book was written from the end to the beginning and then reassembled. The basic philosophy used in writing the book is that the Creator knows how He created the universe as He is not subject to human dictates. We are not talking of just blind acceptance but of solid reasoning.