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"In God We Trust" is one man's search for everlasting life beginning as prepubescent child when Glen's dog, Schatzie, his best friend, is killed. He begins asking for the first time, "Is there a heaven?" "Will I see Schatzie, again?" As the question continues, the quest becomes a comparative study of Abrahamic religions and what each has to offer on the subject of life after death.
Glen Aaron was a boy raised in West Texas and in the Southern Baptist church. He grew up to graduate from the University of Texas law school with honors and specialize in trial law and international business and banking. However, an event at age nine haunted him his entire life, and he spent sixty years researching and looking for answers. That event was when his dog and best friend, Schatzie, was hit and killed by a car. Friends have always been important to Glen. Would he see her in heaven. "In God We Trust" is the search and conclusion of that question. Glen applies a test to the question from years of legal training and logic. Can God be proved or disproved by a preponderance of evidence based on what we know? Is that God within the three Abrahamic (Christianity, Islam, Judaism) religions as one or separate? What is a "preponderance of evidence" and how is that defined and used in law and why? Is there life after death? For whom? For Glen, it was a long, involved and fascinating search and worth the reading. "In God We Trust," one man's search for everlasting life may assist you, as you search for meaningful answers on your questioning path.