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Have you ever wondered how god’s universe is structured? Can you believe god’s throne is in the center of the universe?

The Kolob Theorem written by Professor Lynn M. Hilton allows us to see more clearly the celestial home we lived in before we were born and the home we will live in after we die. These places appear more real; they are made of matter, some of very fine and pure matter, and exist in time and space. 

Lynn, as a man of faith, unites in a single theory, scientific evidence and sources from the standard works of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints to account for the form and structure of all of God’s worlds, planets, and suns.

Lynn advocates the theory that the great star Kolob (which is near unto God’s throne) is located in the center of our Milky Way Galaxy. According to the Book of Abraham, Kolob is God's first creation. It is a huge star and governs all the rest of Heavenly Father's suns and worlds.

This is an abridgment of the original book.

©2006 HiltonBooks LLC (P)2008 HiltonBooks LLC

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Tried to keep an open mind

The author made it perfectly clear that this was his own opinion and not doctrine. However after only listening for an hour I lost all interest and stopped. When I made the purchase l was at least expecting some correlation between current scientific observation and the standard works. For example, entropy and the eventual heat death of the universe as according to the second law of thermodynamics. What about touching on a reason why the universe is expanding at an accelerated rate causing galaxies that are far away from us to be moving away at ever increasing speed, and those that are close(Andromeda) we are heading towards. I believe in time that science and religion will be asking the same questions and was hoping that this book would make that leap. It doesn’t.

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A Thought Provoking Presentation

I enjoyed Mr. Hilton’s blending of scripture and science. God created the heavens and the physical laws that govern their motions. He also gave us the scriptures to edify us spiritually and temporally. We need not restrict our studies to one or the other. We can find many of God’s mysteries revealed as we diligently study both. Listening to Mr. Hilton’s presentation is well worth your time.

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