This is an interdisciplinary engagement among the natural sciences, philosophy and Christian theology on the origins of the universe, of life and of human beings.

Each chapter examines how scientific inferences, philosophical speculations and theological reflections attempt to account for the emergence of energy-matter in the universe, carbon-based biological life and specifically, Homo sapiens sapiens.

The purpose of the book is to demonstrate the possibility of intellectual convergence by drawing from all three fields of inquiry by showing that already, even the most religious Christians think philosophically and utilize the fruits of scientific investigations as they read their Bible on printed books or digital screens, even the most skeptical scientists ponder the destiny of their postmortem consciousness and even the most detached philosopher inevitable attend to the concerns of science and theology.