The Divine Theory of Everything
Book 1 Wanderer
Creation or evolution: this is the question defining our generation. What if the answer was simple, but it was obscured by generations of both religious and scientific dogma. Consider an existence where the two possibilities are one-a reality built on balance. Sin introduces change, breaking that balance. Eating from the tree of knowledge opens humanity’s mind to the concepts of good and evil and reveals creation through a mixture of both science and magic. Yet the knowledge of science and magic cannot coexist. A divide forms and two separate worlds evolve-one based on the physics of science and the other shrouded in the mysteries of magic.
Without balance, good and evil run rampant, threatening to destroy God’s divine plan. Someone must intervene, and that intervention must come in two forms-one from without and another from within. A hero, selected from within and placed upon the right path, enters the world of magic. Meant to wander the world as a pivotal player in many conflicts between good and evil, Steve Morgan begins a journey without a clear destination. The path he chooses is partially of his own making. Divine destiny decides the rest.
Robert D. Berger spent most of his life traveling the world. Following his father’s twenty-two year military career, Robert served in the US Navy for seven. The idea for his manuscript came to him deep beneath the ocean onboard the fast-attack submarine, USS Sunfish. Today as an engineer who deeply believes in God, Robert feels torn between science and religion. Some day he hopes to know the real "Theory of Everything."