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   Secret of God, the Universe, and Life: A Journey, A Dialogue, A Revelation, The, by Maxwell Wynter  
  Novel, first publication in September 2008
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      Years ago, while riding in the back of a truck after a school field trip, an eight-year-old boy and three buddies friends talked. On this particular starry night the center of their discussion focused not on the upcoming baseball soccer game, but on the star filled sky. Who created the skystars? God created the skystars, they decided. But if God created all, who created God? It was a question that haunted the boy continued to ask. He gains a sliver of understanding years later. As an adult, while on the operating table being operated on, he is called by a light. As he follows the light, he begins to understand more about God, religion, and how the universe is connected to all living things and planets. In his fast-paced journey with his guide Gabe, he sees the future and the past holds. He then writes about his near-death experience and what it means to mankind. In The Secret of God, the Universe, and Life, author Maxwell Wynter melds proven and unproven current scientific thought with fiction to probe the origin of God. The result is a dialogue and a story of fantasy that questions life, faith, man's purpose in this world, and whether or not there is something after death.

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