Full Title: Show Me God
Author: Fred Heeren
Published: August 23, 2012 (8th Edition)
Publisher: Day Star Publications
Show Me God brings together the great cosmologists of our time to talk about their discoveries—and the implications about God. In exclusive interviews, Stephen Hawking, George Smoot, Alan Guth, Arno Penzias and others speak of how their discoveries affect life’s big questions: creation, the fine-tuning of the universe, why we’re here, and the nature of God.
Getting as close to the discoveries as possible, Fred Heeren interviews Nobel prize-winning astrophysicists, NASA team leaders, and top theoretical physicists to explore life’s big questions. Heeren uses humor, dialogues, and a multi-media format to examine the issues; he also tells the stories of how the major discoveries were made.
Fred Heeren has written for Nature, Scientific American, New Scientist, The Smithsonian, The Boston Globe, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and The Washington Post.
Show Me God explores:
•The search for extraterrestrial intelligence, and the likelihood of contact
•The origins of everything: God and non-god explanations
•The discoveries and evidence leading to the Big Bang theory
•Christian faith and the Big Bang
•Fine-tuning and alternative explanations for its appearance
•Is the gospel logical?
•The healthy skeptic
•The origins of science
•Q&A with leading cosmologists
•A little science fiction between the science facts
Review from Amazon.com
Mr. Heeren was a science editor for a mid-western paper. He became a believer and is also a lay teacher of a group of non-believers in Kansas City. He published this book in 2004. Mr. Heeren has done significant research for this book, including many interviews with Scientists and Cosmologists. He is now completing a new book on paleontology and God.
I have personally been involved in a presentation of this book in a church school. It was very influential in solidifying the witness of several and converting a couple from a weak connection to God to serious Christians.