Belonging to the universe: explorations on the frontiers of science and spirituality

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HarperSanFrancisco, Oct 25, 1991 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 217 pages
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In this remarkable work, bestselling author Capra and Steindl-Rast, a Benedictine monk renown for making fresh sense of Christian faith, share insights into how science and relgion seek to make us at home in the universe. A remarkably compatible view of the universe.

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Belonging to the universe: explorations on the frontiers of science and spirituality

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This latest foray into the New Age dialog finds Capra, physicist and author of the popular Tao of Physics (Shambhala Pubns., 1983. 2d rev. ed.), and Steindl-Rast, a Benedictine monk, in a compelling ... Read full review

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I thought this was an amazing book. As it was published 23 years ago, some of the very few debates including "current issues" are outdated. Nevertheless, everything else is still up to date, even ... Read full review


The Purposes of Science and Theology
The Methods of Science and Theology
K The Current Shift of Paradigms

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About the author (1991)

FRITJOF CAPRA received his Ph.D. in theoretical physics from the University of Vienna and has written and lectured extensively about the philosophical implications of modern science. He is the author of "The Web of Life," "The Turning Point and Uncommon Wisdom," Currently a director of the Center for Ecoliteracy in Berkeley, California, he lives in Berkeley with his wife and daughter.

Steindl-Rast is a Benedictine monk and the author of A Listening Heart, Belonging to the Universe.

Matus is a Benedictine Camaldolese monk who worked with Griffiths in India.

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