Hidden Treasures in the Book of Job: How the Oldest Book in the Bible Answers Today’s Scientific Questions Audiobook, by Hugh Ross Play Audiobook Sample

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Author: Hugh Ross Narrator: Maurice England Publisher: Tantor Audio Length: Release Date: October 2019 Format: Unabridged Audiobook Delivery: Instant Download ISBN: 9781541438798

Publisher Description

Arguably the oldest book in the Bible, the book of Job has a surprising amount to say about some of the newest scientific discoveries and controversies. Far from a book that is just about suffering, Job is filled with rich insight into both ancient and modern questions about: the formation of the world; the difference between animals and humans; cosmology; dinosaurs and the fossil record; how to care for creation, and more

With careful consideration and exegesis, internationally known astrophysicist and Christian apologist Hugh Ross adds yet another compelling argument to the case for the veracity of the biblical commentary on the history of the universe, Earth, life, and humanity. Hidden Treasures in the Book of Job shows that the Bible is an accurate predictor of scientific discoveries and a trustworthy source of scientific information, and that both the book of Scripture and the book of nature are consistent both internally and externally.

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About the Author

Hugh Ross trained at RADA, and has made many appearances on stage, notably for the Royal Shakespeare Company and at the Royal National Theatre. He has been in the West End in Passion, for which he received an Olivier Award nomination, and in Tom Stoppard’s The Invention of Love. His many television credits include Between the Lines, Sharpe, and Invasion: Earth, and he was in the films Patriot Games and Trainspotting.

About the Narrator

Maurice England moved to the Chicago area in the fall of 2006, after a twelve year run as a long-haul trucker, to continue the cultivation of his lifelong interest in the expressive arts and oral interpretation. A veteran audiophile, Maurice listened to well over one thousand audiobooks while on the road and fell in love with the genre. From his past experience in broadcasting, community theater, music performance, and ministry he saw narrating as a means to merge his love for books, ideas, learning, and spiritual evolution with his interest in artistic expression. While his narration experience has primarily been nonfiction, personal development, and spiritual-growth titles, Maurice anticipates using his authentically warm and folksy southern style to entertain and inspire through storytelling. Inspired most by the behind-the-scenes artists who engineer, direct, edit, and master the audiobook productions we hear, Maurice has become an absorbed student and participant in the process.