Quantum Christ

Autor: Curtis Allen
ISBN: 9780982242803
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Quantum Christ, is a herald of the new paradigm, defining the space where Physics and Spirit meet. With humor and practical examples, Mr. Allen makes the difficult (and sometimes arcane) subjects that science and religion deal with accessible to everyone. This book is sure to stir controversy among the pundits of both disciplines and give thinking people solid evidence that there is much, much more to this Universe than immediately meets the surface eye

Questions Of Truth

Autor: John Polkinghorne
Publisher: Westminster John Knox Press
ISBN: 9781611640038
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How did the universe begin? Can God's existence be proven? Do humans matter more than animals? For many years people have sent the scientist-turned-priest John Polkinghorne these and other questions about science and belief. In question-and-answer format, Polkinghorne and his collaborator Nicholas Beale offer their highly informed opinions about some of the most frequently asked of these questions. Readers can follow their own paths through the book, selecting questions that interest them and looking at the additional material if they choose. This unique book will help Christians clarify their beliefs regarding difficult issues and better face challenges--from within and from others--to their faith.

The Constant Fire

Autor: Adam Frank
Publisher: Univ of California Press
ISBN: 0520265866
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Looks at the shared connections between science and religion, citing the great scholars of philosophy, mythology, and religion.

Quantum Glory

Autor: Phil Mason
Publisher: BookBaby
ISBN: 1936101882
File Size: 64,82 MB
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Quantum Glory explores the intriguing intersection between the two realities of quantum mechanics and the glory of God. The book consists of page after page of revelation as to the glory of God and the wonders of the universe. Part One explores the subatomic world, revealing its exceptionally intricate divine design that unveils the mind of our Creator. In Part Two, the author explains how the glory of God invades our physical universe to bring about miracles of divine healing. Quantum Glory is packed with revelation that will blow your mind! But more than that, it is designed to equip you in supernatural ministry so that you can also release the glory of God on earth as it is in Heaven! Prepare to have your world turned upside down! Phil Mason has many years of experience in communicating the reality of God’s glory in creation. He and his wife, Maria, oversee New Earth Tribe, a spiritual community in Byron Bay, Australia. Phil is not a mere theorist; he is a seasoned healing revivalist who has trained many people in supernatural ministry. The “Tribe” is currently in the grip of an ecstatic outpouring of the Spirit with a steady flow of supernatural healings.

The Coming Of The Quantum Christ

Autor: John C. Klotz
Publisher: CreateSpace
ISBN: 9781505468410
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If the Shroud of Turin is the authentic burial cloth of Jesus Christ, it is the most important object on the face of the earth with the possible exception of nuclear weapons. This book explains why.Quantum Christ is about the confluence of religion and science in the study of the Shroud which assumes cosmic importance as humanity faces extinction in an Apocalypse of Selfishness. Selfishness which was one of the driving forces of evolution is now, through the selfish abuse of the environment, driving humanity to an inevitable extinction. Christ is the crucified martyr of unselfish love. Only prodigious, unselfish conduct by humanity can save it from extinction.According to Dan Porter, Editor of Shroudstory.com, Quantum Christ "the best book ever written about the Shroud... it is not just about the Shroud. The Coming of the Quantum Christ is about what the Shroud is about. It is about the confluence of streams of human understanding that meet in the study of the Shroud. Religion converging with science is one. Our history meeting our future is another. This book will make you think." Award winning film producer [Silent Witness] David Rolfe wrote: [John Klotz's] assembly of the evidence for authenticity is meticulous and he relays it in an unfolding chronicle which also reveals the twists, turns and human frailties that have bedeviled the Shroud's reputation and left it in limbo to anyone who has never taken the time and trouble to dig a little deeper. It is far reaching in its scope and conclusions. Hold on to your hats.” Annette Cloutier, author of Praey to God: A Tasteful Trip Through Faith, wrote "John Klotz's genius in writing The Coming of the Quantum Christ is that he carefully and freely managed to integrate the whole of our current society and wrap it around the Shroud of Turin. The result of which The Coming of the Quantum Christ is the most exhilarating book ever written thus far on the investigations and the implications of the Shroud of Turin vis à vis the human condition. It is a clear and concise literary masterpiece, a must read for everyone interested or even just curious about the Shroud of Turin, Christ, and Life itself." Joseph Marino, author of Wrapped-up in the Shroud summoned-up Quantum Christ in these words: "Heavily footnoted and lavishly illustrated with both color and black & white photos, this book should be in the collection of anyone interested in the Shroud, whether a novice or a trained scientist." Barrie Schwortz, Editor of Shroud.com and Documenting Photographer of the 1978 Scientific Examination of the Shroud put it this way: "Meticulously researched, thoughtfully written and handcrafted with love and respect for the subject matter, this book is a must read for anyone fascinated by the Shroud of Turin and what it might mean to the world.

Truth And Tension In Science And Religion

Autor: Varadaraja V. Raman
Publisher: Beech River Books
ISBN: 0979377862
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"An examination of the frameworks of science and religion that provides a multi-cultural view of how they affect our perception of the truth"--Provided by publisher.

Exploring Reality

Autor: J. C. Polkinghorne
Publisher: Yale University Press
ISBN: 9780300122671
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Explores the various dimensions of the human encounter with reality, offering a view of reality encompassed by a wide rage of insights from physics' account of casual structure, the unique significance of Jesus, and the human encounter with God.

Science And Theology

Autor: J. C. Polkinghorne
Publisher: Fortress Press
ISBN: 9781451411515
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In this short masterpiece, eminent scientist and theologian John Polkinghorne offers an accessible, yet authoritative, introduction to the stimulating field of science and theology. After surveying their volatile historical relationship, he leads the reader through the whole array of questions at the nexus of the scientific and religious quests. A lucid and lively writer, Polkinghorne provides a marvelously clear overview of the major elements of current science (including quantum theory, chaos theory, time, and cosmology). He then offers a concise outline of the character of religion and shows the joint potential of science of religion to illumine some of the thorniest issues in theology today: creation, the nature of knowledge, human and divine identity and agency. Polkinghorne aptly demonstrates that a sturdy faith has nothing to fear and much to gain from an intellectually honest appraisal of the new horizons of contemporary science.

Science And The Trinity

Autor: John Polkinghorne
Publisher: Yale University Press
ISBN: 9780300153538
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Most often, the dialogue between religion and science is initiated by the discoveries of modern science—big bang cosmology, evolution, or quantum theory, for example. In this book, scientist-theologian John Polkinghorne changes the discussion. He approaches the dialogue from a little-explored perspective in which theology shapes the argument and sets the agenda of questions to be considered. The author begins with a review of approaches to science and religion in which the classification focuses on theological content rather than on methodological technique. He then proceeds with chapters discussing the role of Scripture, a theology of nature, the doctrine of God, sacramental theology, and eschatology. Throughout, Polkinghorne takes the perspective of Trinitarian thinking while arguing in a style that reflects the influence of his career as a theoretical physicist. In the final chapter, the author defends the appropriateness of addressing issues of science and religion from the specific standpoint of his Christian belief. His book provides an important model for theologians and scientists alike, showing how their two fields can inform one another in significant ways.