God Seen Through the Eyes of the Greatest Minds

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Simon and Schuster, 2000 - Religion - 240 pages
Did great intellect and creativity lead brilliant men and women of the past to agnosticism and atheism, or did it lead them to believe in and submit to a Creator God?

The answer to that question lies in the pages of this intriguing book. As you read and experience how the greatest minds of history viewed God, you will find an overwhelming consensus that the God of the universe does indeed exist and that He has impacted and shaped those who have influenced our world.

Michael Caputo, through years of exhaustive research, has discovered letters, writings, and quotes that reveal what the greatest artists, musicians, philosophers, scientists, and writers thought about the God of heaven. Through the pages of this timeless work, you will engage the thoughts of history's most celebrated people: Mozart, Galileo, Descartes, Shakespeare, Einstein, Michelangelo, and many more. Open the pages of this book and discover what those who have shaped history thought about the God of eternity.

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GREAT ARTISTS x
GREAT MUSICIANS
GREAT SCIENTISTS jrjr
GREAT WRITERS a 2
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Italian born, Michael Caputo has lived in Canada for most of his life and has served in Christian ministry in both Italy and Canada.

Having degrees in psychology, education, and adult counseling, he has been teaching and counseling full-time at the high-school level while teaching part-time at the college level for several years.

He also serves a congregation as a local elder, runs workshops on mental health, counsels, researches, and writes. He and his wife, Leonilda, are the proud parents of three dynamic teenagers: Anthony, Julie, and Victor.

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