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Overview Yes, we humans can create such wondrous machines as bullet trains and supersonic aircraft, but none of us can create a single grain of rice or a tiny ant, much less a large animal. Why not? We are mere creatures, not a creator as far as bio-life is concerned. Here comes the necessity of a Supreme Being who can create all living creatures as well as non-living things on this earth and beyond. This book intends to uncover the wisdom and grace with which God designed and perfected the human body. The contents include such titillating topics as the material foundation of life, unique features of life, and our struggles for energy for life. The anatomical configurations of cells, tissues, and organs of the body as well as their diverse functions are also illuminated to grasp the invisible hands at work. This book will tell you how we are created beyond our control, and why we have to eat, breathe, and move around to survive.
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More About Jae Y. Choe
Author Profile Dr. Choe has a PH.D. degree at UNC School of Medicine at Chapel Hill, NC. He also has his MS from Seoul National University in Soul, South Korea. Choe has taught 28 consecutive years of teaching the pharmacology course at the AUC School of Medicine at St. Maarten, West Indies. Having taken the course of pharmacognosy (scientific studies on herbal remedies) for his MS degree at the Seoul National University in Seoul, South Korea; followed by the course of pharmacology (scientific studies on prescription drugs) for his Ph.D. degree at the UNC School of Medicine at Chapel Hill, N.C., USA, this author has gained in-depth knowledge and experiences spanning the two competing spheres of the therapeutics. Moreover, this author has to his credit 28 consecutive years of teaching the pharmacology course at the AUC School of Medicine at St. Maarten, West Indies.