To some people, there is no use believing in God and that is why I am arguing to convince every reader that He created everything with a purpose, even us.
PENSACOLA, Fla. (PRWEB) June 14, 2016
How did the world begin? According to author Josefina Mitchell, God had everything to do with it. Mitchell has spent her whole life a devout Christian, studying the debatable topic of Creation.
In her new book, “The Voice of Creation,” Mitchell discusses the comprehensive collection of truths about God pulled from sermons and books of great preachers. She illuminates how God created the world in six days, created man in his own image and arguably convinces readers that God does indeed exist.
“To some people, there is no use believing in God and that is why I am arguing to convince every reader that He created everything with a purpose, even us,” said Mitchell.
Mitchell grew up in a devoted, Filipino household, eventually taking Bible courses to build upon her knowledge and insight on the Word of God. After having published two books previously, Mitchell set out to spread the truth about the Bible and creation by proving prominent evolutionists wrong through Scripture.
“People are confused and feel like God has fooled them,” Mitchell said. “I believe the Holy Spirit has put words in my mind to explain the greatest controversy about Creation.”
“The Voice of Creation”
By: Josefina Mitchell
Available in softcover, hardcover, e-book
Available on Amazon and Westbow
About the Author
Josefina Mitchell was born in the Philippines in 1945. She obtained her bachelor's degree in education from Silliman University in the Philippines and worked as a public school teacher in the rural Philippines. She also holds diplomas in writing for children and teenagers, the Professional Paralegal Program, bookkeeping and accounting and advance medical billing and coding from various institutions in America. She is the published author of two books, “Alligator John D: My Testimony” and “Beautiful Words of Life”.
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