Book 3 of 3 of "The enormous tiny experiment"
Author: Anna Tikvah
Pages: 423 pages, softcover
With serious injuries and a near fatality, a Caring Centre must be established immediately in Paradise. The Professor’s thesis crumbles as the media focuses on the sufferings in the dome. Some Tinys excel in a compassionate response, while others do not. Aided by trained professionals from the Big World, the assigned nurses diligently try to follow instructions and save lives in Paradise. Throughout the ordeal, Professor Lemans discovers that sometimes suffering produces joyful outcomes and important realizations, which may be impossible to gain any other way. Hidden treasures are discovered, only some aren’t what the Professor expected anyone to find, and not everyone recognizes their intrinsic value. Who will find these treasures? Who will benefit? Who will share? Meanwhile discussions continue between two science students and the Professor in the Greenville University. What is the basis of morality? Can love conquer all, or is there room for justice? Why did God require His beloved Son to face torture and crucifixion? Is faith always blind, or is it based on evidence? Is there evidence to prove the Bible true? After nineteen months of discussions with Seth and Evan, many hours of deep personal investigation, and some surprising occurrences in the enormous Tiny experiment, will the Professor know what to say in his next interview with Tom Freeman?