God's Good Earth




The Dedication

The dedication of God’s Good Earth to my parents needs no comment, but it might be interesting to expand on the dedication to the late F. G. Gilbert-Bentley. Francis Gregor Gilbert-Bentley (1914-2001) was the headmaster of the small private school… Continue Reading →

The Eye of the Beholder

For the epigram for the Conclusion to God’s Good Earth I used part of one of my own songs from many years ago. It was inspired by one of the more beautiful parts of English landscape – the Long Mynd… Continue Reading →

A Book that Worked Hard to Avoid Publication

After I retired from medical practice in 2008, I wrote a series of articles for a Christian magazine, which included a piece on creation. This set me thinking more seriously about the question of origins I’d been tossing around since… Continue Reading →

About the author

Jon Garvey grew up on Cretaceous upper chalk and studied medicine at the University of Cambridge (lower Cretaceous gault clay) and later theology at the University of Gloucestershire (Jurassic sand). He spent a long career in medical practice on Pleistocene… Continue Reading →

Endorsements and Reviews

“A beautifully written book that can be read for pure enjoyment and enlightenment, and/or used as a scholarly resource on the essential problem of evil in God’s creation. The optimistic theme is a rare commodity in the modern market-place of… Continue Reading →

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