The God Theory: Universes, Zero-Point Fields and What's Behind it All

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ReadHowYouWant.com, Dec 28, 2012 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 216 pages
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As science integrates the in-depth knowledge of the physical world accumulated over the past three centuries, it will be channeled into a new and exciting line of inquiry that acknowledges the expanded reality of consciousness as a creative force in the universe and the spiritual creative power embodied in our own minds. This book summarizes the thoughts of an inquisitive, but open-minded, scientist. What I present here is a theory that looks promising, not scientific proof. It should not be surprising, however, if some of what I propose coincides with theories propounded by others who claim a more intimate relationship with the Almighty. After all, if I am on the right track, and if they are, it would be worrisome if we were not, ultimately, in agreement. All I ask is that you seriously consider the logic of my theory, especially if it challenges you to question what you were taught - in Sunday school, in catechism or, dare I say, in physics class. I offer this book, not as a theological treatise, but as a short, readable exposition of a worldview that can bring sense and purpose into individual lives, and tolerance and peace to a planet whose future is in serious jeopardy - in large part because of the irrational dogmatism of both religion and science. If I am correct, we are literally all one being (God) in many individual forms. Why, then, would we continue to harm one another?
 

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User Review  - 2wonderY - LibraryThing

I'm reading this more for the cogent explanations of scientific theory than for the theology, which I'm finding fairly trite and New Age-ish. I agree with his gut feelings, but not his conclusions ... Read full review

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User Review  - DubiousDisciple - LibraryThing

Haisch is an astrophysicist with a discomfort regarding the idea of a meaningless universe, and a gift for explaining scientific theory in simple terms. He was raised a strict Catholic, but lasted ... Read full review

Contents

BACK
1
ASKING FUNDAMENTAL QUESTIONS
15
REDUCTIONISM AND A SPIRITUAL
39
SUPERSTRINGS AND THE SUPERNATURAL
45
BIBLIOGRAPHY
82
ASKING
94
115
112
DEFENDING
124
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