A Secret of the Universe: A Story of Love, Loss, and the Discovery of an Eternal Truth

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Truth-Driven Strategies LLC, 2007 - 563 pages
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This is the story of two high-school pals from the Midwest for whom a personal tragedy sets in motion a journey of inquiry that spans a lifetime of cruel and glorious twists, and culminates in an astonishing discovery. When profound revelations lead each friend to uncover shocking historical 'secrets' in support of his own worldview, their odyssey plays out on a global stage, with tragic consequences.

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The author of this book tries to convey his convictions about the merits of truth-driven thinking by means of a fictional novel where two lifelong friends have a dialog about different world views ... Read full review

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Reviewed January 2008 After hearing all about this novel on Gibson's Truth Driven Thinking podcasts I purchased the book. After finishing it I'm not sure I enjoyed it. The story of Bill and Ian's ... Read full review


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Stephen L. Gibson has been a successful entrepreneur, corporate pilot, consultant, elected school official, and community volunteer. In the wake of the 9/11 attacks, however, his nascent fascination with the origins of human belief and knowledge--epistemology--grew into a journey of introspection and inquiry that has been both invigorating and painful. Thousands of people have come to share Steve's journey of discovery through his candid writings, DVDs, and netcasts.

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