Charles E. Steele
“In the beginning God created light,
and from that light the universe formed.”
Charles E. Steele is a retired Industrial Designer who currently lives in Canton, MI. He has had a life long interest in astronomy and is currently a member of the University of Michigan LowBrow amateur astronomers. Through the years he has read many issues of Sky & Telescope, and dozens of cutting edge books on new discoveries in astronomy and cosmology.
Life and Career
Charles graduated BS in Industrial Design. In his professional career, he worked at General Motors Tech Center in the Styling Division in Warren, MI. He also worked at several nationally known Industrial Design Firms in Chicago and Michigan. He designed several products that became national best sellers in their respective field, and won Bronze IDEA Award in 1987 from IDSA. Charles was also awarded 11 US Patents for various designs and innovations.
For those who knew what amalgam is, Charles was the one who designed the first computer-controlled Amalgamator which greatly improved the quality of the dental amalgams.
Being a big fan of astronomy and cosmology and also having deep influence from reading the Bible countless times, Charles thought of writing his own book to share his principles and learnings about the world’s existence. The book is entitled, Discovering God in Science: Creation Cosmology, which aims to help people better understand how the universe was formed and how life on Earth came into existence.