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by John Hulley

ISBN: 0-9630917-0-0
Copyright: ©1996
Size: 6 3/4 x 9 5/8
Pages: 146

Published by The Root & Branch Association, Ltd.

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“I call heaven and earth to witness against you this day that I have set before you life and death, the blessing and the curse: therefore choose life, that you may live, you and your descendants” (Deut. 30:19 – Scripture on the book’s jacket).

Concerning this book, Professor Herman Branover of Ben-Gurion University said, “John Hulley draws attention to cosmic dangers which will bring about a complete revision in the world’s order of priorities. Moreover, he has analyzed ways of protecting ourselves, and it turns out that these depend on recognition of the Master of the Universe.”

“He observes that Bible-believing Christians and Jews seem best equipped to deal with the challenges faced by our world,” said Clarence Wagner, International Director of Bridges for Peace.

Chaim Richman, Director of Public Affairs, Temple Institute said, “Some people have the ability to hear G-d crying out to us through the events of history. Hulley has surely heard that voice. Read this extraordinary book!”

“Hulley shows how God’s Word applies to human survival. His book portrays the ‘Golden Bridge’ between God and us,” Rabbi Reuven Grodner, Hebrew University.

John Hulley graduated from Harvard College with high honors in international economics. In Washington, D.C., he worked in the Marshall Plan and later at the headquarters of the World Bank.

He also studied for a year at Harvard Divinity School. Of Anglo-American extraction, he now lives in Jerusalem, writing and lecturing on science and religion.

His papers have appeared in government publication, as well as in Nature (London); World Politics (Princeton, N.J.); Astronautics and Aeronautics (N.Y.); Space Journal (Huntsville, Ala.); and B’Or HaTorah (Jerusalem).

His essay, “Dynamics of life in the Universe,” was selected as required reading at the War College of the U.S. Air Force, where astronauts train. Another, “The road to survival”, was published by the Congressional Committee on Science and Technology. He is a Fellow of the British Interplanetary Society.

Chris Josephson was privileged to meet the Hulley’s recently in Jerusalem. His paper “Ephraim, Super Power” began to open to her Scriptures not previously understood. His book is now available through Bible Light.

Contents

Part One: Threat to Survival  
  1 Perils of the Universe 3
  2 How Vulnerable Are We? 10
  3 What Can We Do? 14
  4 Opportunity in the Universe 31
Part Two: Is There a Plan?  
  5 The word of God 41
  6 Inventive Pioneers 71
  7 Jewish Interaction with Protestants 77
  8 Protestant Interaction with Catholics 83
  9 A Key to Invention 91
Appendixes to Chapter 9 96
  A The Key to Invention is Not Economic 103
  B The Key to Invention is Not Political 111