Author Mark Sottile’s New Book “Of God and Pterodactyls” is an Ambitious Attempt at Reconciling Science with Theology

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Recent release “Of God and Pterodactyls” from Page Publishing author Mark Sottile blends religious texts with scientific research in a humorous but earnest blending of worlds.

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Mark Sottile, an autodidactic student of social sciences, environmental sciences, archaeology, the universe, philosophy, theology, “and a whole host of words that end in –ology,” as he said of himself, has completed his new book “Of God and Pterodactyls”: an intelligence junky’s effort at proving that science and spirituality need not be seen as opposites.

“The name of this book, Of God and Pterodactyls, is meant to philosophically explain in my own words how science and theology can be merged and tied together as one unified thought process, softening the stark, harsh disparity between evolution and creation,” Mark Sottile said of his work. “In this book, hopefully, I’ve blended and melded all my favorite sciences and philosophies into a potent homogeneous book.”

Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, the core argument of Mark Sottile’s aspirational work is to prove that there need not be such a disconnect between accepting scripture and acknowledging scientific theories of evolution.

“The point I’m making here is that there doesn’t have to be such a discord among creationists and evolutionists, as I feel they could inevitably join emotionally and spiritually, as this is an intellectual endeavor that surpasses most human minds,” Mark Sottile summarized his work’s purpose.

Readers who wish to review the author’s findings for themselves can purchase“Of God and Pterodactyls” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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