Conversations with a Scientist

Conversations
In 2012, Kimberly's friend, Dr. Stephen Benoit, approached her about authoring a book with him that detailed his journey to reconcile the faith from his youth with the scientific understanding he gained as an adult. Stephen's inability put faith and science in the same box sent him on a 26 year journey of discovery. He investigated different religions looking for truth. This caused friction within his family because he abandoned the God of his parents. He lost friends. He lost hope.

His story is genuine and the principles to be learned are applicable to anyone who ever disagrees with anyone else. Sound familiar? We all have difference of opinion with somebody, and there is much to be gained through Stephen's story as to how we can better treat one another, particularly in our disagreements.

Released in September 2014, Conversations with a Scientist is also ideal for anyone who struggles to understand how evolution, Genesis, God's sovereignty, and Jesus all fit together.

Click HERE to download the Introduction to Conversations with a Scientist

Now available to order! ISBN: 978-0-9919839-5-7

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Soesbee_author Kimberly Soesbee is an author, speaker, and business owner. She is a graduate of The Pennsylvania State University, where she attended on a full athletic scholarship. In the past 20 years she has written and co-authored dozens of published books, eBooks, articles, and instructional manuals. She has led women's ministry programs, organized non-profit events, and taught internationally at workshops and conferences.

Kim's passion is to guide people to a deeper understanding of their purpose and to help them remove the things that block them from living an abundant life. She speaks about parenting, relationships, and loving well. She and her husband have a ministry called What Jesus Did. They live in the Dallas, Texas area with their three children.

You can connect with Kim through her website: www.KimberlySoesbee.com


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