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 Braden maintains he has found a coded message within the molecules of life, deep within the DNA in each cell of our bodies. Through a discovery linking biblical alphabets to our genetic code, the "language of life" may now be read as the ancient letters of a timeless message. Regardless of race, religion, heritage, or lifestyle, the message is the same in each cell of every man, woman, and child, past and present. With nearly one-third of the world's nations currently embroiled in armed conflict, such proof of a universal bond offers compelling evidence that we are greater than any beliefs that have separated us in the past. Through this newfound expression of unity, we find a place to embark on the road to peace when our differences seem insurmountable.--From publisher description.

Table of Contents:

History : the story of our differences -- Bones, book, and cells : when evidence and theories collide -- From the lost books of creation : the power of heaven in bodies of earth -- The universe maker : in the words of another time -- The discovery : when letters become elements -- The code within the code : in each cell of every life, the name of God -- Message from the first day : reading the language of God -- What have we learned? surviving our future through the lessons of our past -- The God code : a reason to believe.
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ISBN-10:  1401903002 (pbk.)
ISBN-13:  9781401903008 (pbk.)
Author:  Gregg Braden
Publisher:  Hay House
Date Published:  January 2005
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Gregg Braden, out of curiosity about who we humans are and where we came from, has done the work. And, his findings amazed me in naked fascination!      The centuries old question about the theories of evolution or creationism now lean heavily in a surprising direction.  Gregg Braden not only brings these subjects alive, he has found quotes I've never seen. Here's an example:  Scientist, Albert Einstein's answer to a student who asked him if scientists pray:  "Everyone …
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