Part one is broken into 10 sections. 1. Origins – Views of human beginnings from Babylonian and Aztec myths as well as from the Bible and the Koran. 2. The Evolution Explanation – Darwin’s theory of evolution challenges traditional view of origins. 3. Beyond Chance – A case against blind chance as a logical explanation of human origins. 4. Intelligent Designer – The Bible’s portrayal of Creation and the Creator. 5. The Architecture of Time – The week and the Sabbath in the structure of human life. 6. Point of Contact – The weekly Sabbath in man’s relationship with God. 7. A Day for All Mankind – The universal and perpetual purpose for the weekly day of rest. 8. Unholy Sabbath – National disaster strikes the “chosen people” due, in part, to their neglect of the Sabbath. 9. Sabbath Around the World – Somehow the concept of Sabbath extended into the culture and language of many peoples. 10. Reform – Revival of Sabbath observance among the Jews who returned from exile results in heroism and tragedy.