Robert Greenough provides, in layman’s terms, an explanation of the origin of the cosmos and Earth’s history in his newest philosophy book, “Wonderful Worlds” (published by Trafford Publishing).
Discussing topics ranging from the origin of species to the development of cultures, Greenough’s iteration of the development of the world follows logic and reason as its basis and throws out many notions about how the universe began.
Presented within “Wonderful Worlds” are 30 alternatives to society’s generally accepted myths and misclassifications on life’s true beginnings, written from a simple-to-understand position, Greenough says.
An excerpt from “Wonderful Worlds”:
“This book provides comprehensive analysis of the development, over nearly 14, or more, billion years, of the cosmos, our universe and Solar system, our physical Earth, first life, primates, pre-man, modern man, culture, and man’s spiritual development, up to the Central Millennium and time of Christ. Myth is subordinated by reason, logic and fact.”