This book attempts to answer the question: Does God exist? And if so, Who or what is He? Pick almost any random handful of people and pose this question for debate. In all likelihood, there will be those who choose to debate that He does and others who will insist He does t. Such debates have been going on probably as long as mankind has existed. The essence of any debate on this matter is in defining who or what God is. If the same group of people are asked whether or t there is a force or set of forces in the universe which have acted upon it to create life, in all its forms and complexities, there would be debate. To say that such a force does t exist would be absurd. The question that follows then becomes who or what created life itself? Whether or t we continue to exist as a species is simply a matter of faith. A single cosmic catastrophic event could destroy all life on Earth in an instant. Only a God who can control time and space can save us. There is only one who can do so.
Currently a best-selling author, Kerry Barger is a native Texan whose family's heritage in the state predates the American Civil War. The Wright brothers of Kitty Hawk, President Grover Cleveland, and General Robert E. Lee are all listed on his family tree. He retired in 2007, after working 30 years in the state's mental health care system, and has since visited ancient cultural sites in the U.S., Mexico, and Europe, while researching ancient biblical mysteries and writing his controversial books. Elohim: Ancient Science Fiction or Biblical God? offers an unconventional explanation of mankind's origins and biblical literature. It is not for the 'religious-minded'. Elohim II: Ascension of the King and Elohim III: The Return were released in 2014 as sci-fi sequels. This trilogy was followed by The True Story of Noah, Darla the Muse, and Abraham, Moses and Elohim. An American Holocaust: The Story of Lataine's Ring, details events of the worst school tragedy in U.S. history. His mother's cousin and childhood playmate was killed in the catastrophe. The author's interview with his mother recalling events of the London School explosion of March 18, 1937 is posted at http: //www.youtube.com/watch?v=GEz9B_GUsmg In High Times and Rough Rides of a Bipolar Addict, the front page Dallas Morning News article dated March 22, 1969 entitled Youth Who Defended 'Pot' Is Committed is reprinted in its entirety. This book is intended for those who have bipolar family members struggling with drug, alcohol, relationship or sex addictions. You can visit the author's website at https: //sites.google.com/site/kerrylbarger