Arlington, TX (PRWEB) February 13, 2012
The new book “Faith Worth Finding: A Discussion of Covenants Fifteen Short Stories” (published by Trafford Publishing), by John Adam, presents 15 short stories designed to make readers ponder many of things they might believe but not understand.
“Faith Worth Finding” is, according to Adam and his wife Shirley, who he cites as a co-author, “… a discussion for those seeking inspiration for faith and understanding of why they are here on this planet called Earth: inspiration presented by historical evidence, biblical stories, and scientific discoveries obtained using telescopes, microscopes, high speed computers and the unraveling of the human genetic code.”
Adam’s ultimate inspiration for “Faith Worth Finding” can be best expressed in Latin: orbis non sufficit – the world is not enough. “After we have satisfied our needs for the essential material and comfort requirements in life there is an unexplainable yearning in humankind for answers to the reasons for our existence. “Faith Worth Finding” appeals to this desire.”
About the Author
John Adam is a native of Dallas, Texas. He’s a graduate of Southern Methodist University, in Dallas, Texas and of Northrop Institute of Technology in Inglewood, California. He’s a registered professional engineer in the state of Texas. He was employed as a civil engineer with the United States Army Corps of Engineers for 20 years before retiring in 1993. He devoted the past 18 years to publishing his three books. He studied in the International Bible Study Fellowship for seven years. He’s a member of the Senior Men’s Golf Association in Arlington, Texas, and the proud father of two daughters.
Shirley Dean is a native Texan. She served in World War II at Los Alamos, New Mexico and at Elmendorf Air Force Base in Anchorage, Alaska, and is a university alumnus. She is married to John Adam and the mother of two daughters.
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