Amos Theory of Evolutionary Creation Russell W Smith Jr.

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Published: December 7th 2012

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Amos Theory of Evolutionary Creation  by  Russell W Smith Jr.

Amos Theory of Evolutionary Creation by Russell W Smith Jr.
December 7th 2012 | Kindle Edition | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, RTF | | ISBN: | 6.80 Mb

This novel is designed to advance a “Theory of Evolutionary Creation” which states that creation of life on Earth is not a one time event, or cosmic accident, but is an on-going universal process without foreseeable end.Recognizing that dryMoreThis novel is designed to advance a “Theory of Evolutionary Creation” which states that creation of life on Earth is not a one time event, or cosmic accident, but is an on-going universal process without foreseeable end.Recognizing that dry technical arguments do not convince people of a concept so important to their religious beliefs, the author chose to write a novel that would take his readers step by step from their present beliefs to a recognition that they are co-creators with spiritual counterparts.The plot was built around a Biblical prophets reincarnation as a modern college professor possessing all the prognostic powers ascribed to such prophets.

Structured as a fictional biography, set in the future, it provides a realistic interpretation of the life such a man would lead in tomorrows modern world as he tries to utilize his religious insight and the impact such insight could have.

It details how the theory of evolutionary creation might be developed, and predicts the effect it might have on society, religion and politics.As fiction, the biography of Amos, as told by his wife, is an engrossing novel. The twists and turns of their life is a struggle against established ideas and customs. The new religious ideas attributed to Amos are detailed and intriguing. However, aside from its religious concepts it is a biographical story that is absorbing reading and able to stand alone.For the reader seeking religious growth it offers much more than the theory of evolutionary creation.

The author interjects, almost non-intrusively, a wealth of other ideas and examines the possible effects they could generate. Ultimately Amos efforts cause a social, economic and political revolution as people were led to realize they participate as co-creators in a universal creative effort.While not predicting utopia, the fictitious world created by Amos ideas picture a much kinder and gentler society. Self esteem skyrockets and there is a drop in depression and suicides as people place a higher value on themselves and their creative activities.

There is increased importance in concern for other people, for other species, and for the environment.In short, this novel showcases how a simple idea, like equating evolution with a continuous process of creation orchestrated by unknown Creative Forces, can change just about everything.To sum up, Amos is pictured as fostering a society where people measured themselves against a yardstick of personal growth and use of talents, skills, and dreams.

Life becomes a competition with oneself, not others or social norms. Status symbols, social position, material wealth, and accumulations become less important.Both the fictional biography and/or the new thought religious ideas found in this novel are well worth the readers attention.



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