Evidence of God (Author Interview)



Evidence of God looks like an exciting story.  Can you tell us a little about it?

The book provides non-subjective evidence that God lives, I focused on nature and the designs around us to figure out if God was real objectively, what the cosmos created and has done is mainly what the book is about, but these philosophies are hidden right under our noses, but ever so subtly hidden. I had to erase my own doubt 100% before I attempted to write.


How long did it take you to write Evidence of God?

It began as scribbles on scratch paper, notes on little notepads, collectively, and my first copy was about 300 pages long, it took over ten years to hone it down into a samurai sword, and then I realized I can simplify it one more time and make it a light saber. So over 10 years of revision.


That’s an amazing cover.  Can you tell us a little about it?

Yes, the first chapter explains how sensible symmetry from the Earth and out into the Universe is a sign of intelligent design. The colors and leaves on a flower, to the shape of a spiral galaxy are symmetrical, and symmetry is a hallmark of intellect, meaning, it takes an intelligent entity to produce such pristine symmetry (ie bugs or the shape of planets)


What inspired you when writing Evidence of God?  

I grew up extremely depressed and pessimistic. I was atheist, and my life and family life was already in shambles, so I decided to search and find out if God was even real (I knew how the people on earth treat each other/the things that happen to them, all the evil, so I didn’t believe God was even real). I also sought out this information to find a solution to my own life, a path and purpose.


What will readers get out of your book?

Knowledge that God lives, they won’t just simply believe God might be alive, they will know that he lives.


When did you decide to become a writer?

When I began to realize all of these epiphanies very slowly by observing nature, and finding objective evidence of God’s existence in the world around us.


Did anything stick out as particularly challenging when writing Evidence of God?

Yes, I didn’t just jump into writing letters and essays on scratch paper. It took me years of observation to first know what to even write about.


What do you like to do when not writing?

Eat food, my life has become mundane, but I don’t write much, all of my effort went into this book.

Where can readers find out more about your work?

On Amazon, the first couple of chapters are very short and free