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The Writer and his book I canít see, and I canít see anyone reading such a book, either. I canít believe those things really exist. The only things I believe to really exist are things I can see, like those unicorns over there.


This book addresses playfully, but with a serious undertone, questions in the relation between science and religion. Some fact which we observe in the creation are not easily brought in accordance with findings in the bible.

A different reality.

Almost everything in our world can be explained with the laws of nature. For the remaining problems scientists are looking for a "Theory of everything". If God is no longer needed to explain natural phenomena, does that prove that He does not exists? Have old testimonies about Him become worthless?  Is the bible not trustworthy because it tells about things that are in conflict with the laws of nature?
This book shows that the results of science are overestimated if these questions are answered positively without further thought. Science is something that is completely limited to our reality and, therefore, cannot claim any authority about a higher reality.

The age of the earth.

For more than a century there is a conflict about the age of the earth. Some people think that the scientific facts prove that the biblical story, that the creation took place not that long ago, if not true. Other people accept the biblical story and try to interpret the scientific facts in such a way that the earth is relatively young.
Both parties agree about a certain interpretation of the biblical text, namely that a recent creation must be observable with scientific methods.
This book shows that another interpretation, which still follows the literal text closely, removes the contradiction with scientific facts. It is possible that the earth was created in seven days, but still is very old.
It further shows that the moment of the creation and in addition the way in which the creation took place, is not necessarily observable from the creation (by science).

Suffering, free will and responsibility.

This book also addresses questions about why there is suffering. In addition it sheds light upon the free will and the  responsibility of the figments of the Writer's imagination. Because of the limited framework these questions are not answered unambiguously, but the book points in a direction where answers could be searched.

Latest change 08-aug-2023