A Search for God

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Trafford Publishing, May 9, 2004 - Philosophy
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Should the act of creation by God be taken, i.e., can it be considered, in a light other than that of religion? Indeed, is it even possible to view it in terms of facts and knowledge, rather than one of faith? Virtually all organized religions assume the existence of God as the creator of the universe and all things in it. This belief has always taken the form of faith (and reason), i.e., it is an act of faith and not necessarily one of knowledge, which is in effect an assumption of belief, rather than one based on scientific fact, and unless this belief is brought into the realm of science, we can never be certain, beyond any doubt that God does indeed exist. This author explains how scientific principles can enter into the explanation of God's existence and how the Act of Creation itself comes out of the hiddenness of God's root source of energy and into the open realm of 3-dimensionality.

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