The Kairos Point: The Marriage of Mind and Matter
Mathematician, musician, and former teacher Alan Smithson brilliantly proposes that reality is neither in our minds nor in the physical cosmosbut where the two meet: the Kairos Point. In an era when right and wrong are unclear here is a conceptual platform for countering violence and fundamentalism. Smithson merges the world of science with the world of mind and spirit, offering a penetrating analysis of the role of faiththe Kairos Point?
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