Synopsis for the book Liberty: Romance Out of a Clear, Blue Sky
by Kenneth S. Sumerford
For those who enjoy a good love story but want to learn about controversial issues, this is for you. The author teaches through story telling. He has taken the time to research many issues from intelligent design, evolution of life, gun-control, government as “big brother” and more that our culture is constantly discussing. He brings in several worldviews and the characters debate in a relationship.
A beautiful and smart woman who is a Christian unexpectedly meets an atheist college professor. They are worlds apart, but they both need love and have disturbing questions about science and God. Ernest is secure and successful until he is almost killed by a heart attack at age 39. Liberty was divorced from her husband one year ago and now wonders if her life is rich with meaning, or is her life without direction and purpose?
Ernest believes that modern science has replaced beliefs in God. Liberty is researching evolution and intelligent design to answer some burning questions. At age 29, how can she be sure of what is real and what are outdated religious beliefs?
Can the dead live again when their bodies are destroyed? How does the Creator interface with humans? Do RNA and DNA prove intelligent design by the Creator? Liberty and Ernest struggle to find the answers by using science, probabilities and logic. Together they embark on a journey to discover the truth about the evolution of life, the Creator, and intelligent design.
Later, Liberty finds a new boyfriend. Ernest has a love affair with a previous girlfriend. Will Liberty and Ernest strengthen their love, or will they explode in suspicions and arguments? Find out the answers to these questions and others in more than 594 pages of modern romance, mysteries in the evolution of life and the nature of the Divine.
Recommended for ages 16-90, for intellectual content and romantic situations.
Her faith in God; his atheism; and their modern romance.