Author T. Lee Baumann, MD, was introduced to the Edgar Cayce readings through the publication of his first book, God at the Speed of Light. Subsequently, physician Baumann began to research the clairvoyant's medical readings. In this book, Baumann analyzes the documentation utilizing scientific data, the modern medical literature, quantum physics references, and the world's major religions.
Respected television producer Barbara Hall cited God at the Speed of Light as one of the inspirations for her creation of the CBS TV series Joan of Arcadia (2003-05). The unique and supernatural characteristics of light that influenced Hall have equally served to inspire the likes of Copernicus, Ole Romer, Michelson/Morley, Sir Edwin Hubble, and Albert Einstein.
In this manual for hospice patients and their families, Dr. Baumann does what he does best: he transforms complex scientific concepts to understandable terms for the average person. Specifically, he shows how science proves there IS an afterlife. Within these pages, Baumann lists the major scientific concepts that complement one's own personal religious beliefs - irrespective of any one religious faith.
Consistent with his past research, Baumann utilizes current evidence to come up with his surprising conclusions. In this investigation of why we live and die in the diverse manners we do, Baumann uncovers his data through the analysis of the world's recent advances in science, medicine, philosophy, and religion. Join Dr. Baumann in his spiritual journey of discovery into why life's apparent injustices are really acts of a loving God.