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RELATED TITLES UNIQUE SELLING POINTS 978-0-85721-598-7 17.99 Paperback 5 x 7.75 256 pages Religion Science Monarch Books Rights NA September 27 2015 If God exists and wants to be known you will see His fingerprints all over the universe Dr. Nick Hawkes gathers evidence from science history and mathematics to seek out the signature of God. By surveying the various fields of study he gathers a mass of evidence concluding that faith in God is reasonable and that the evidence invites it. Settingouttoaddressthebigquestionsoforiginsandmeaning Hawkes looks at biology and the ideas of Charles Darwin and Richard Dawkins. He examines the significance of suffering and the phenomenon of mathematicsthe code by which we under- stand how things work. He sifts through history and how it has been molded. He considers the nature of truth and whether it is ever knowable and if so how and he takes a long hard look at ideas about the afterlife. What we believe is important. It becomes our identity some- thing we stake our very lives upon. Who Ordered This Universe is essential reading for those battling with identity and their place in the world. It is the ideal gift for a non-Christian friend. Nick Hawkes has two degrees in science and two in theology and is the author of a number of books. He is also a broadcaster both writing and recording for BBC radio in the UK. When not writ- ing or recording he leads the pastoral team of Rivergate Christian Community in South Australia. He is an avid sailor. 18 CONTEMPOR ARY ISSUES ISBN 978-0-85721-598-7 9 7 8 0 8 5 7 2 1 5 9 8 7 Who Ordered This Universe Evidence for God in Unexpected Places Nick Hawkes foreword by David Wilkinson Gods Undertaker 978-0-8254-7912-0 14.95 God and Stephen Hawking 978-0-7459-5549-0 5.95 Addresses the big questions of how and why human beings exist A highly qualified authorboth a scientist and a theologian Finds evidence for the finger- prints of God in remarkable places