What Has Prayer Got to Do with Anything, Anyway?: A Scientific Search for the Truth

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Green Ivy, Dec 12, 2016 - Religion - 124 pages
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What Has Prayer Got To Do With Anything, Anyway? A Scientific Search For The Truth is meant to stimulate thoughts, ideas, and discussions about the value, or lack of value, of prayer in the lives of agnostics, atheists, and people of all faiths. It is not intended to change anyone's belief systems or religious affiliation.

The ideas presented in this book will focus on how we may or may not come to have faith, how our faith--or lack of it--defines our concept of prayer, and the forms of prayer we may choose to employ. What Has Prayer Got To Do With Anything, Anyway? will also stimulate the reader to consider how it may be possible that prayer can inform our lives in order to reach a higher level of social and professional achievement, and overall peace and happiness in life.

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Dr. Richard B. Fratianne is currently emeritus professor of surgery at CWRU, which has established the Richard Fratianne Professorship in Surgery. Other honors among many include the Harvey Stuart Allen Medal from the American Burn Association for his lifetime achievements in burn care and the Hoban Medal of Honor from the Diocese of Cleveland. Dr. Fratianne and his devoted wife Mary have been married 60 years. They have five children, 14 grandchildren, and four great-grandchildren.

Scott A. Fratianne, a disciple of Jesus, is an ASQ-certified reliability engineer. He is a fourth degree in the Knights of Columbus and holds the office of Chancellor in his local council. He is also active in the Boy Scouts of America and holds the troop committee position of Unit Advancement Chair. Mr. Fratianne is a husband of 33 years and the father of one son.

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