The Wonder of the World: A Journey from Modern Science to the Mind of God

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Tyr Pub., 2003 - Religion - 459 pages
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The Wonder of the World: A Journey from Modern Science to the Mind of God is an inquiry into those every day experiences and "facts of life" that are as mystifying as they are obvious and ordinary. From commonplace phenomena like language and reproduction to such enigmas as energy, life, consciousness, mind and the laws of nature. Science brings us face to face with magic and mystery. The world is nothing less than a wonderland. This book is a dialogue between an atheist scientist ("Geek") and a theist ("Guru") with a special featuring of the "matrix of modern science" where we see that in contrast to the often assumed conflict between religion and science, "the womb of modern science" converged in a fascinating and historical way through the 4 greatest thinkers of the Hindu, Jewish, Christian and Moslem religions.Great questions with great answers: What did the pioneers and prophets of science think about God? What happened before the Big Bang? Is there a supra-scientific Theory of Everything?

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About the author (2003)

Roy Abraham Varghese resides in a Dallas suburb. He has established himself as one of the world's leading authors on the subject of God and Science and has participated in international events on the subject at the UN and distinguished events worldwide. Previous books have recieved international acclaim and awards including the prestigious Templeton prize.

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