God Theories: Revised Edition

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Xlibris Corporation, Jul 23, 2010 - Philosophy - 96 pages
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Never discuss religion or politics, as the saying goes, if you want to keep the peace. But it's clear that old adage hasn't really been too effective. Prejudice, discrimination, intolerance, and wars all in the name of God have been an integral part of the human condition for at least as long as that condition has been recorded. But the price on these addictions is getting pretty steep. It could be the time has come when we will have to give them up. I don't expect we'll all quit cold turkey; but maybe some honest, open, sit-down heart-to-hearts might help to see us through. Maybe not, but if you think there's half a chance, then I say, "Let's start the conversation."
 

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Contents

Introduction
7
Science and God
12
The Anthropic Principle
29
Matter
37
Energy
42
Laws of Thermodynamics
46
Consciousness
49
Theories of Origin
57
Speculation Evidence
65
Religion Politics and Science
79
References
93
Index
95
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Ken Ungerecht was born and raised in the lake country of northern Minnesota. He has taught high school biology, chemistry, and physics. He currently resides in Baltimore, Maryland, where he is employed as an engineer and training representative in the field of electronic communications. Among his many interests has been a lifelong passion to learn and understand more about the possible spiritual aspects of the human condition.

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