New Theological Study Challenges Stephen Hawking’s Philosophy

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Author Wiliam Moreira analyzes Hawking’s works and counters with his own arguments that God exists.

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The target audience will feel an affirmation in logic based on reason and common sense, which will counter postulated scientific theories that resemble more science fiction, fantasy, and dreams, rather than seem grounded in reason.

In his philosophical new nonfiction, “The Big Nest Originated the Big Bang of Stephen Hawking’s Black Holes: Hope: The Answer to the Nihilism of Modern Physics” (published by iUniverse), author William Moreira contemplates the nature of God and seeks to explain the ways in which Stephen Hawking is wrong about the origins of the universe.

After doing extensive research into Stephen Hawking’s works, Moreira came to the conclusion that his theories remove any hope of there being a true creator and instead promote nihilism. “The Big Nest Originated the Big Bang of Stephen Hawking’s Black Holes” present’s Moreira’s findings and he uses reason and persuasion to show that there is an afterlife, a loving God and hope for humanity.

An excerpt from “The Big Nest Originated the Big Bang of Stephen Hawking’s Black Holes”:

“Stephen William Hawking, in his 2010 book ‘The Grand Designer,’ continues to scream at the four winds that God did not create the Universe, or worse yet, there is no need for a God, as the universe created itself and was nothing before it came into existence, as all the beauty of the creation just popped up from nowhere. He is paying the price.”

“The majority of people on this Earth seek answers to the enigma of pain, suffering, and death and seek to know our hidden Creator,” Moreira writes. “The target audience will feel an affirmation in logic based on reason and common sense, which will counter postulated scientific theories that resemble more science fiction, fantasy, and dreams, rather than seem grounded in reason.”

“The Big Nest Originated the Big Bang of Stephen Hawking’s Black Holes”
By William Moreira
Hardcover | 6 x 9 in | 292 pages | ISBN 9781475996777
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 292 pages | ISBN 9781475996760
E-Book | ISBN 9781475996784
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Author
William Moreira is in his 80s; during his lifetime he has been an author, journalist, entrepreneur, pilot, chef, painter and designer, to name a few. He has visited dozens of countries and is the author of eight books, including “How to Suffer Happily,” “Christ Wisdom and the Unholy Prophets” and “GOD! The Realities of the Creator.” He lives in Brazil, but is planning on moving to Florida in the near future.

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