Quantum Religion: The Good News of Rising Consciousness

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AuthorHouse, Jul 1, 2003 - Religion - 316 pages
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In 1997 New York State's largest bingo hall opened just outside Albany, New York. After making millions for the charities that occupied the hall and cornering the bingo market in upstate New York, the state attorney general's office indicted the bingo hall owner and his family and friends in one of the largest criminal cases ever.Denying the charges, the bingo hall's owner publicly accused the attorney general of political incompetence and corruption. After settling the criminal case and costing the attorney general his seat in office, the owner then became the target of the state's Racing and Wagering Commissioner. Vindicating his political friend, concealing his own payoff and attempting to take over the bingo hall for himself, the Racing and Waging Commissioner had the owner's license revoked and the hall closed.From the bribes it took to open the business to the political chicanery that followed, now revealed for the first time is the true story of Bingo City.

 

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Contents

The ReasonFaith Relationship
16
The Vatican Councils Cosmic Rationality
35
Protestantism
48
Flat Earth Theology
64
On Faith
77
Revelation and Salvation
93
Trinity in Nature
108
The Evolution of Consciousness
124
Dimensions of CosmologyTheology
159
SECTION III
173
Purpose
188
Dead on Water
202
Delusional Terror
224
Wheat as Word
243
Appendix B
271
Afterword
291

Intuition and Speculation
141

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Steffen is a scientist who is also trained in philosophy and theology. From 1946 to 1957, he studied for the Catholic priesthood with The Society of the Divine Word missionary Order. In 1960, he completed research studies in the environmental management of stored corn grain and received a master's degree in plant physiology from Iowa State University. He worked for more than 30 years as a grain scientist, inventor and business entrepreneur.

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