The God Theory

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PublishAmerica, May 1, 2002 - Religion - 177 pages
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We continue to see God through the eyes of ancients--who commonly believed that the universe was housed within a small, glasslike sphere, surrounded by heavenly H2O, giving the sky its blue coloration; who thought that God daily dispatched angels to push the sun, moon, and celestial bodies across the sky. Today, science has taught us that the real universe is virtually unbounded, but we still tend to think of God as some quaint old man who dwells forever in the clouds. The God Theory interweaves modern science and scriptural reasoning to arrive at a new and much more appropriate view of God and eternity. The God who emerges from this analysis bears little overt resemblance to the God of the ancients. The God Theory explains His origin, existence, and nature, and His implicit association with the most fundamental units of nature. Theology will never again be quite the same.

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