SAN DIEGO (PRWEB) February 06, 2017
A San Diego author and long-time space program engineer has released a set of books that offer educational insight into the notion that the universe could only have stemmed from an eternal, infinite power. Thomas L. Lindley, who has more than 30 years of experience working in the science community, dissects evidence of the universe’s origins and helps readers to discover the true beginnings of the world in his “Eternal Origin” series.
Drawing on his degrees in mathematics and engineering, Lindley’s three volumes emphasize the notion that something must always exist and challenge the accepted theory of the universe having come suddenly into existence from nothing. This need for something to always exist, Lindley says, bolsters the existence of an eternal, infinite power.
“People cannot see the eternal power of God, which makes Him and his work difficult to understand,” Lindley said. “New research will make God and all that he has done easier to comprehend.”
Through basic logic and reasoning, Lindley’s “Eternal Origin” series investigates current theories of the universe’s origins and provides readers with a step-by-step educational guide to understanding the scientific necessity of a singular deity in the creation of the universe.
By Thomas L. Lindley
ISBN: 978-4256-941-3, 978-4256-958-1, 978-4256-992-5 (Volumes I, II and III hardback); 978-4256-916-1, 978-4256-956-7, 978-4256-969-7 (Volumes I, II and III paperback)
Available at the Xlibris Online Bookstore, Barnes & Noble and Amazon
About the author
Thomas L. Lindley has spent more than 30 years working in astrophysics, aerospace design and engineering for NASA and associated companies. He holds a doctorate in mathematics, a master’s in engineering and a certification in computer technology, and he has lectured on cosmogony, supercomputers, probability and statistics. Lindley currently resides in San Diego with his family.
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