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January 17, 2020 @ 6:30 pm
God Is, is a journey through time, history, and science exploring the facts that suggest what our relationship with God and each other is and ought to be as opposed to what demanders, doubters, and deniers insist on it being. Alan Greer bridges the divide between science and religion, the evolution of man and God’s plan. He lays out a thorough argument to prove the existence of God within the constructs of modern science and the history of the universe, beginning with the Big Bang.Are we a “chance accident or were we put in just the right place intentionally?” Is humanity “just the luck of the draw, or was something picking and choosing these outcomes?” Questions like these are asked and answered leading the reader through the argument that God Is.
About the Author:
Alan Graham Greer concentrates in civic commerciaI litigation. He has been certified in civiL trial practice by the National Board of Trial Advocacy. He is a Fe[ow of the American ColLege of TriaI Lawyers. A graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy at Annapolis, Maryland, he served six years in the U.S. Navy including a year in Vietnam before earning his Juris Doctor at the University of Florida College of Law. Alan is the author of 6ad ls and his previous book, Choices & Challenges, dealing with Lessons in faith, hope and love.
Active in a variety of civic and public affairs projects, Alan is Chairman Emeritus of the Board of Directors of Friends of WLRN Public Radio and Television and a member of the WLRN Chairman Circle. He has served as SpeciaI Counsel for the Florida Wildlife Federation, handling water and environmental litigation on a pro bono basis. He is Past Chairman of the Dade County CounciL of Arts & Sciences and Founding President of the Bay Front Park Management Trust. Alan was Vice Chair of Camillus House, a major provider of care to the homeless, and has spent the past three years as Chairman. He presently holds the title of Immediate Past Board Chairman. Mr. Greer is Past Vice President of the Metropolitan Dade County Center for the Fine Arts and he served as a member of the Speaker’s Task Force on Water lssues to recommend a state policy on water resources. He is a Past Vice Chairman of Dade County Art in Public Places Committee, and a Trustee of the University of Florida Law Center Association as well as a past member of the ABA Standing Committee on Professionalism.