Everything Has a Beginning Except the Beginning of Everything: Essays on the Fusion of Religion, Philosophy, and Science

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Everything Has a Beginning Except the Beginning of Everything: Essays on the Fusion of Religion, Philosophy, and Science

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Everything Has a Beginning Except the Beginning of Everything: Essays on the Fusion of Religion, Philosophy, and Science

by J.R. Gibbs, Jr.

Everything Has a Beginning Except the Beginning of Everything: Essays on the Fusion of Religion, Philosophy, and Science demonstrates how ethics, morality, the laws of the mind, and the laws that govern the natural world are all part of the same philosophical system of ideas. That system is the thought patterns of the Eternal Mind relative to the impossible problem of being.

In this revealing and engaging work, J. R. Gibbs, Jr., shares the understanding that the entire universe arose in the imagination of the Eternal Mind as a coping mechanism to reduce the stress of existing without a cause. He is Being with no beginning and Consciousness without a cause. The human life of Christ, scientific discoveries, and creation itself all testify to the presence of God.

Everything Has a Beginning Except the Beginning of Everything: Essays on the Fusion of Religion, Philosophy, and Science seeks to awaken sympathy in the heart of mankind for our Creator, bringing us closer to fulfilling the meaning of our very existence.

About the Author

J. R. Gibbs, Jr., passed away in 2008. He was the father of six children and had three decades of experience as a registered nurse in operating rooms and on psychiatric wards. Mr. Gibbs became a Christian at the age of twelve, and since he was twenty-three, his religious experiences had been filled with illuminations of God that were, at times, only partially understood. This work is a collection of his reflections on these revelations and his developing understanding of the truth about God and the purpose of mankind.

(2009, paperback, 114 pages)