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Publisher: Xulon Press (19 May 2014)
By: Ramiz Gilada (Author)
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The Word: The Origin of Man highlights the history of God with mankind reviewed through the interpretation of the early Coptic Orthodox Church founded in Egypt around 60 AD. Its focus is on the rich background rooted in years of tradition, wisdom, and knowledge of ancient Christians of the Middle East known today as the Coptic people. This book illustrates the continuity of God as a Father in dealing with mankind from Adam through His Presence as the Son of Man and today through the Holy Spirit. The epic of God's relationship with us was the moment of His crucifixion followed by His resurrection. The glorious outcome was the defeat of Satan and the redemption of mankind from his original sin committed against God in paradise and His provision of eternal salvation. Jesus Christ is the only means to get from earth to heaven. This book is a tool for learning, self-improvement, and growth to help readers make the important choices leading to salvation. RAMIZ GILADA was born in Sudan at the time of the Suez Canal War and turmoil in the Middle East. Starting his education in Africa in a Catholic school, Ramiz continued his high school and college education in England with a B.S. Degree from Imperial College, University of London, and postgraduate M.S. Degree from Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, USA in the field of Aeronautics and Astronautics Engineering. Ramiz is currently a professional engineer in the field of nuclear power generation. His exposure between the three Continents of Africa, Europe, and America has given him a unique perspective of eastern and western cultures. Like most Coptic Christians, Ramiz is of Egyptian origin following the theology of the Coptic Orthodox Church in Alexandria, Egypt. He is currently a member of St. Mary Coptic Orthodox Church in Colleyville, Texas.
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