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Daniel Friedmann P.Eng., M.A.Sc., a Readers' Favorite 2013 International Book Award Winner, studies the origin of the universe and life on earth from both the scientific and biblical perspectives. His work on reconciling the biblical account with scientific observation utilizing his biblical clock formula has been reported in conferences, various newspapers, magazines, television and radio talk shows. He is the President and CEO of a global communications and information company. He holds a master's degree in engineering physics and has published more than 20 peer-reviewed scientific papers on space industry topics and cosmology. He is also a longtime student of religion and for the past 15 years has attended the Vancouver Kollel center for learning. Daniel Friedmann's first book, The Genesis One Code, demonstrates an alignment between key events and times as described in the creation narrative in the book of Genesis with those derived from scientific theory and observation. His second book, The Broken Gift: How did we get here? demonstrates an alignment between the key events and timeline recounting the appearance of humans in the book of Genesis with those derived from the fossil record and genetic studies. Friedmann was born in Chile and raised in Canada. --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
An excellent perspective of the timeline between the six days of Creation in Genesis and the evolutionary process. Read morePublished on Sept. 30 2011 by Casey
This book is a incredibly smart approach to two different world's, the religious and the scientific explanation of the Creation. Read morePublished on Sept. 28 2011 by juliog
In this book, the author has initiated the process of resolving some of the dilemmas faced by those who believe that there is no contradiction between the Bible and the recent... Read morePublished on Sept. 17 2011 by Stan Shawn