Finding Yourself Amongst Science and Religion

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Randy Sweigard's new Christian book explains the mysteries of the universe and our purpose for existing

An Epistle Concerning the Purpose of Life by Randy Sweigard

I was determined to discover the truth and all the signs pointed to Christ.

Religion has taken a back seat in many increasingly busy lives, causing innate curiosity to wane regarding where humans originated and their purpose in life. Baptism can guide and cleanse those who are lost and have sinned to a stage of enlightenment between science, religion and life’s purpose.

Appealing to a broad audience, “An Epistle Concerning The Purpose Of Life” by Randy Sweigard makes connections between science and religion to explain “Dark Matter” and the “Big Bang”. An avid researcher, Sweigard looks to right the wrongs of current preachers of God and shares his own discoveries about the plan of salvation.

“There had to be a purpose for our existence,” Sweigard said. “I was determined to discover the truth and all the signs pointed to Christ.”

“An Epistle Concerning The Purpose Of Life” not only helps to simplify why people are here, but how they came to exist in this world looking at both evolution and creationism. This topic of how the human population appeared has always been a battle between science and religion. Sweigard states that through the scripture “science and religion are not diametrically opposed, but rather they form a perfect synthesis when viewed from the right perspective.”

By reading this book, readers will find them selves having their own epiphanies regarding seemingly unanswerable questions and feel a greater sense of purpose in life. This theological book will guide those once spiritually dead to a clear path of salvation and answers.

“An Epistle Concerning The Purpose Of Life”
By Randy Sweigard
ISBN 978-1-5035-7964-4
Available in softcover, and e-book
Available online at Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Xlibris

About the author
Randy E. Sweigard was born at home, in a pre-revolutionary war farmhouse and was the third of six sons. He has always been a free thinker. While he has no formal degrees, his unquenchable thirst for knowledge and his unconventional way of thinking has caused him to see correlations between science and religion. Sweigard looks to properly inform the readers about the plan of salvation.

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