Brighton Pub signs Thomas E. Baca for, In The Beginning “Did God Create Man or Did Man Create God"
Author Thomas E. Baca delivers, In The Beginning “Did God Create Man or Did Man Create God?”—a relevant and significant exploration of the birth of the universe and the mystery of life itself
Since the dawn of recorded history, man has searched for the meaning of life—a never-ending drive to understand how it all came to be.
For millennia, scripture has presented an abundance of truths—evidence to support the creation story—describing how matter and energy existed in an eternal, disorderly state, then…
…God created the earth and the heavens—forming the universe, the earth, and mankind in six creative acts.
Science, however, introduces a similar theory—The Big Bang—a seemingly impossible consolidation of all matter and energy in the universe condensed into the size of an individual atom—then, an explosion—
an explosion that has been expanding for the last 13 billion years.
Science, though, struggles to understand the physical conditions that were present at the time of the Big Bang because the parameters were outside of our known physical laws—immeasurable temperatures and speeds faster than light—accomplished in a relative and timeless environment.
Organization, design, and planning require a Supreme Being to both create and sustain life…
…and the search for meaning is the grandest endeavor of all.
“In an informative and clarifying work, author Thomas E. Baca reveals a considerable depth of knowledge and a unique understanding of life and its most important—and mind-boggling—
Author Thomas E. Baca is a graduate of the University of Minnesota with a Master’s Degree in Environmental Science. Throughout the years, Mr. Baca has served in a number of managerial and technical positions for the United States Department of Defense, the University of Arizona, and the Los Alamos National Laboratory. He is currently retired and enjoys quality time with his wife of 46 years, Patricia, their two children, five grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren.