GOD EXISTS: an Engineer Explains Why
By Peter Soszek, Ó 2002 , e book, 156 pp, Very Highly Recommended.
Peter Soszek, an engineer , had decided that he would write an e book about
God. Although he does not consider himself a writer, yet, after a long time he has finally reached his goal. He has become
a writer and through his book about God he wants to help people live a happier life.
GOD EXISTS is a philosophy book based on the writers observations throughout
the years, from his childhood till now. Peter tries to unveil the mysteries around us in a simple way and each opinion of
his is carefully illustrated by examples of everyday life. This book is actually written by a simple man and is addressed
to simple people who wish to think about Gods existence.
Do I believe that there is a god? The question is very private for a variety
of reasons, the writer says at the introduction of the book. The purpose of this e book is to present my perspective and to
explain just some of the reasons why I know, without a doubt, that there is God.
In terms of happiness, I hope that this material will help those people who
find themselves stuck at the edge of the fence, choose and get on the right side of the fence, Peter says.
The book is divided into three sections:
The first section explains what the author feels are some very fundamental
concepts and is important to the overall understanding of the later parts of the book. The second section addresses his perspectives
and outlooks on the various sciences: physics, mathematics, engineering, chemistry, biology, a little astronomy and evolution.
The third section consists of the writers answers to what he thinks are common challenges issued be people on whether or not
GOD EXISTS contains 16 chapters. The first one , Forces of Simplification,
deals with a theory about the universe and a force that exists. Peter describes the law of simplification in plain words for
the readers to understand.
In summary, no matter what a person may create during their lifetime, no matter
how complex the item, the Forces of Simplification will eventually act on that item and reduce it to a simpler and more random
form, the author says.
Chapter two is about Possibility and Probability, and Peters theories are
supported by events from his childhood, while in chapter three, The Super Labs vs The Primordial Organic Soup , the writer
displays the hypothetical challenge of Science vs Nature.
In chapter four, Peters theory is based on physics, and chapter five deals
Biology comes next , where the writer says:
Does Biology have a unifying theory of life, basic laws, or a mathematics
of biology that allows a description of the laws and any systematic advancements? Peter tries to analyze that question in
Chapters seven , The Ant and the Universe , is a section where the author
recalls certain events from his childhood related to ants and the philosophy of life , while, chapter eight . deals with the
Theory of Evolution. Chapter nine hits the point : If There is a God, Why is God Punishing Us All? Read Peters viewpoint and
The tenth chapter , Why Doesnt God just Give me a Sign?, tries to analyze
the popular question for people who have doubts about the existence of God, while chapter eleven, A Calculation of Gods Power,
answers the question of how powerful God would be.
In chapter twelve, the readers will come to grips with The Ten Commandments
We need law and order . That is the tough part, the writer says.
Who has The Most Toys Wins is the thirteenth chapter where Peter says:
Yeah Right. It is the old- the rich are getting richer and the poor are getting
poorer. This is a very distressing situation and collectively we have to start changing some attitudes in people about this.
The following chapter, The Lottery of Life , is about the attraction of gambling
and the disastrous results:
The problem is that our soul and this innate sense we feel is beyond all of
our regular human senses and any scientific detection methods that may exist. Is this all a part of the sixth sense that we
are supposed to have?
Next comes Fate and Faith: The extreme odd couple.
Is it according to Fate or Faith? The choice likely reflects on our mental
outlook , how we act or behave, and even how people view us, Peter says.
In the last chapter , Conclusion, the writer gives his answers to the previously
mentioned concepts , and finally states:
Please, choose to believe in God. This work has been meant to help and not
to hurt. God bless you.
GOD EXISTS is a inspiring e book , simply written and enjoyable to read .
The theories of the writer are well supported by examples of daily life. It caters to everybody who wants to research this
issue and is meant to help people become happier.
You can visit Peters site at http://www.mts.net/~pekored and read the e book . It is free.