Atheism: Trendy, Chic and Scientifically Misguided
NOTE: A revised version of this book has been published as "God and Science: Coming Full Circle?"Atheist scholars contend that science continuously reveals religious beliefs to be "the hideous fantasies of a prior age" (as author Sam Harris put it). However, science may actually be closer to suggesting just the opposite. Modern science suggests that extra dimensions of space and perhaps even whole parallel universes exist, that some things don't have physical form until you look at them, that a particle can be in two places at once because it bounces back and forth in space AND time, and that events on Earth can be influenced instantaneously by events deep in the cosmos. Even Max Planck, the Nobel Prize winning physicist who was the father of quantum physics, came to believe that all matter is an illusion. Indeed, not only is science incapable of disproving God, it is increasingly revealing that our universe is so bizarre that refutation of the possibility of God has become the na ve perspective. Moreover, as I discuss in this book, it seems quite likely that God does intend for us to employ science in order to glean at least a glimpse of what lies beyond our immediate universe.Chapters:1 God and Science: Coming Full Circle?2 Atheism and the War between Science and Religion3 Extra Dimensions and the Megaverse4 Curved Space and Enveloped Dimensions5 The Nature of Time6 The Truly Bizarre: Quantum Mechanics I7 Quantum Mechanics II: Even More Bizarre8 Consciousness and Quantum Mechanics9 Consciousness in Higher Dimensional Space10 The Evolution of Spirituality?11 God "s Grand Plan I: The Abundance of Life 12 God "s Grand Plan II: The Scarcity of Life13 God "s Grand Plan III: The Role of Science14 Epilogue and ConclusionsTo Read Chapter 1, visit: https://www.createspace.com/Preview/1078237
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I've only read about twenty pages and I can clearly see the simplicity of atheism and why it has became. There needs to be more books like this so that the general population is at least slightly educated on the most fundamental knowledge of existence (science and religion).