Book offers new take on God, reality, and human evolution

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Perhaps not since Charles Darwin’s Origin of Species has a book come along with as much potential to change how humans view God and themselves. Entitled REINCARNATION: Good News for Open-Minded Christians & Other Truth Seekers, and written by award-winning author Stephen Hawley Martin, it is now available on Amazon.

Raised a skeptic with a materialist worldview, a paranormal experience prompted the author to go on a two-year quest for answers. To find them, he interviewed hundreds of seekers and researchers, including medical doctors, parapsychologists, quantum physicists, theologians, metaphysicians, near death survivors, psychiatrists, psychologists, and others conducting research into the true nature of reality. What he learned led him to what he believes is an accurate view of reality. It also prompted him to become a Christian.

In this reality, intelligence and consciousness are primary and form the ground of being that gives rise to the physical universe; morphogenetic fields, which can be compared to gravitational or electromagnetic fields, combine with genes, memory and survival of the fittest to produce evolution; reincarnation can and does happen; human consciousness can exist outside of the body; and Jesus of Nazareth knew what he was talking about and told us what we need to do to lead happy, fulfilling lives, and in effect bring heaven to earth.

Among the many notables he interviewed are quantum physicist Henry Stapp, author of Mind, Matter, and Quantum Mechanics, F. Holmes “Skip” Atwater, former President of The Monroe Institute and one-time Training Officer for the once highly classified U.S. Army Intelligence remote-viewing surveillance program, Julie Beischel, Ph.D., Co-Founder and Director of Research at the Windbridge Institute, Stephen E. Braude, Emeritus Professor of Philosophy and Former Chair of the Department at the University of Maryland Baltimore County and current Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Scientific Exploration, and Jim B. Tucker, M.D., medical director of the Child and Family Psychiatry Clinic, and Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Neurobehavioral Sciences at the University of Virginia School of Medicine.

Stephen Hawley Martin is the only three-time winner of the Writer’s Digest Book Award, having won twice for fiction and once for nonfiction. He also has won a first prize for visionary fiction from Independent Publisher and a first prize for nonfiction from USA Book News.



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