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After the “Big Bang” by Jesse C. Jones

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About the Author: Jesse C. Jones retired from his position as Manager of the NASA White Sands Test Facility in December 1981, after spending 29 years as an Aerospace Engineer. After retirement He accepted a position as Instructor in the Mechanical Engineering Department, Texas Tech University (TTU), Lubbock, Texas, where he taught senior mechanical design courses and performed research. While at TTU Mr. Jones co-authored two textbooks, one of which was widely used as a senior mechanical design course textbook. Since his retirement from TTU Mr. Jones spends his time teaching Bible classes and studying and writing articles and books on biblical subjects.
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[Note: This document is being uploaded for Jesse C. Jones upon his request. It is being made available here with his permission. It is uploaded and shared with love and respect for a dear personal friend and a fellow laborer in the vineyard./sc]
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Collection of all chapters with summaries available on Scribd to read or download and share here >>>
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After the “Big Bang” by Jesse C. Jones — Addendum with What to do if you have Questions, List of Figures, and Permission to Reprint (2 pages)

A personal note from Jesse and the graphic now included with the book (reprinted with permisson):

After considerable research I have finally obtained permission to use Figure 1, pg. 24, which depicts  the South American butterfly, Morpho rhetenor, (“In the beginning was information” and Scientific American, Vol. 245, Nov. 1981).  Sandra Crosnoe has suggested that I may be seeing the significance of this photo through engineer’s eyes, and I must confess there may be some truth in that observation.  However, from the time I first saw this unbelievable microstructure I was struck by the fact that no objective observer should fail to recognize that someone beyond the realm of man and nature created this wonderful masterpiece.  I hope readers of this writing will see what I saw.

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I am asking those that read this book to forward any questions and/or comments to the author:

jessecjones [@] sbcglobal [dot] net

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I will be glad to respond to those that state they have made a contribution to the South Plains Food Bank (SPFB), 4612 Locust Ave., Lubbock, Texas 79404, Phone No. 806-763-3003.

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Posted by Sandra Crosnoe for Finding Gems & Sharing Them

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[Personal note:  It has been such an honor to be a part of this project to make Jesse's work available on Scribd for all to read and share and enjoy.  I know that his work will bless you and hopefully guide many to our Lord and into eternity.  It will give you both biblical truth and a scientific perspective. Please drop him a note and a testimony and in respect for his time if you have questions for him make a donation to the food bank as he has asked.  I love the fact that the other book he has written also helps the food bank in his local community.  What a role model to all.  Thanks for taking time to love and mentor me through the years.  You are a blessing indeed!] . A Path to Holiness reviewed on Finding Gems & Sharing Them here >>> Original post on Finding Gems & Sharing Them here >>> . ____________________________________________________ For additional Christian books and resources Jesse and I recommend the following ministries to you: Derek Prince Ministries Living Stream Ministry (Watchman Nee and Witness Lee)

Covenant News Blog (multiple ministries)

Chuck Baldwin Live Chuck Missler (Koinonia House Ministries) OKG Permalink: http://okgrassroots.com/?p=133216

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