Science and Religion Walk Hand in Hand

“Science and religion walk hand in hand in Wendell Arnold’s journey from a farm boy to the holder of a Doctorate in phytopathology and numerous patents in the environmental field.  In From the Cotton Patch to Ph.D. we encounter a warm and readable story of a man’s life defined by scientific inquiry and his relationship to Jesus Christ.” – Bob Libby, Author and Episcopal Priest

Technical?  Perhaps a few words, but just ask the three very non-technical people here who have read it if it hinders their understanding of the book, or makes the book any less enjoyable to read, and the answer is no.  For you high-tech readers who know what phytopathology is, well you probably wouldn’t even think twice about the technical aspects in the book.  But I did.  Growing up, I never really understood what my dad did for a living, the saying in our house was, “My dad is a doctor, but not the kind that helps people.”  I am certainly mistaken about that, as he has helped thousands!

It makes no difference whether you know some of the big words or not, whether you have a family or not, whether you believe in God or not, or whether reading is “your thing” or not, I guarantee you that this book is a good read and will stir your soul.  Wendell Arnold’s autobiography, FROM THE COTTON PATCH TO Ph.D., GOD’S MANAGEMENT OF MAN THROUGH THE EYES OF A SCIENTIST, reads more like a suspense novel.  If you haven’t already, check out my post – “A Glimpse of Chapter One.”

Order your signed copy today at wendellarnold.com, a secure site accepting payment via PayPal, or you may place an order and mail a check.  You don’t want to miss this must read book!

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