A Treatise On God by George D. Foss

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  1. George D. Foss

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    This treatise is a systematic, extensive discourse on the subject of God; an attempt to answer the deepest questions about the origin, destiny and purpose of God, humanity, and the universe Everything we know about God and His creation is derived from Holy Scripture--this is our only written prime source. Thousands upon thousands of books have been written about God and His creation. The world's philosophers and theologians continue to expound, but after all is said and done, it all comes back to a single source--Holy Scripture with God as its author. The Bible claims to be the Word of God and by staking this claim the Bible simply but plainly declares its divine authority, complete infallibility and absolute sufficiency.
    This is a summary of my views on what I comprehend God is trying to convey to us through His written word in Holy Scripture.
    Let me begin with a disclaimer-- I am not a theologian or clergyman, I am a retired scientist with more than eight decades of experience who has read and thought a great deal about God over the past thirty years, and finally converted those thoughts into a single written work.
    If there is anyone who reads this introduction, is interested in entering into a correspondence with me for the purpose of learning about the complete text of this Treatise, I would like to hear from you.
     
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    It sounds intriguing George,
    Please post a sample of your work or perhaps an outline of the work.
    I know as I am beginning to see the light at the end of the tunnel I can only say God has gotten bigger and I'm more willing to submit to his ways but less able to comprehend his ways.

    Rob
     
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