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Touching the Face of the Cosmos


Touching the Face of the Cosmos

A portion of the royalties from Touching the Face of the Cosmos will go to support the precious work of the Mount Dora Children’s Home.

Touching the Face of the Cosmos

By Michael A. O’Neal

Mike wrote an essay in this anthology titled, “Faith in Space: A Christian Perspective.” It consists of a compilation of encouraging faith stories involving several of the astronauts during their missions. As such, these accounts will provide you a glimpse of how some of the astronauts engaged and nurtured their faith while in space. Several topics are addressed, including: the Apollo 8’s spiritual Christmas eve message to the Earth; the importance of prayer; how spiritual music, worship, and times of devotion were incorporated; and how one astronaut drew on God’s Word and His presence during the resolution of a serious problem on the International Space Station.

Readers need to be aware that not all the essays contained in this book are written from a Christian perspective. Authors are from a broad array of religious and philosophical backgrounds and are mostly written by academicians. The book also contains a number of interesting science fiction stories that contain some form of spiritual/religious aspect to them.

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