Science & God: Our Amazing Physical and Economic Universe, Accidental Or God Created?
University Press of America, Jan 1, 2002 - Philosophy - 180 pages
Science & God is directed to any person interested in learning whether science concludes, as it did in the 19th century, that God is dead. By correlating economics with cosmology, M.L. and John Greenhut conclude that God is very much alive and responsible, not only for our physical, but our economic lives. The authors begin by providing an understanding of the basic elements of physics, chemistry, cosmology, and economics. They then explain, for the first time, the unique equilibria that apply correlatively to our physical universe and our economic universe. To remain as scientific as possible, the authors recognize the existence of contrary views to creationism on the part of physical scientists who claim that every physical life-creating miracle on the planet could have occurred by chance. But can the veritably infinite number of economic interdependencies that prevail and the related unique parameters which characterize our business lives also be deemed accidental? The totality add up to one too many sets of accidents, and thereby points sharply to a world created by God.
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