Hikmah Unfolding Mysteries Of The Universe

Author by : Rosalam Sarbatly
Languange : en
Publisher by : Partridge Publishing Singapore
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Total Read : 45
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File Size : 40,8 Mb
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Description : HIKMAH, unfolding mysteries of the universe, is symbolic of knowing the best of things through the best of sciences, history and experiences, and guided by words of God. Society builds culture, and culture makes morals shape ethics. Start from the only One that creates pairing concept and Kun Faya Kun up to the eternal realm. The book discusses the beliefs, the universe’s formation, light space-time, the evolution of life, we are brothers, women’s axiology, technological innovations, detrimental cultures, and Malaya and Borneo. The laws of logic and reasoning guided by words of the Almighty form the basis in elucidating the essential questions that humanity wants to know as the caliph of God on earth.


Hikmah Unfolding Mysteries Of The Universe

Author by : Rosalam Sarbatly
Languange : en
Publisher by : Partridge Publishing Singapore
Format Available : PDF, ePub, Mobi
Total Read : 17
Total Download : 754
File Size : 42,6 Mb
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Description : HIKMAH, unfolding mysteries of the universe, is symbolic of knowing the best of things through the best of sciences, history and experiences, and guided by words of God. Society builds culture, and culture makes morals shape ethics. Start from the only One that creates pairing concept and Kun Faya Kun up to the eternal realm. The book discusses the beliefs, the universe's formation, light space-time, the evolution of life, we are brothers, women's axiology, technological innovations, detrimental cultures, and Malaya and Borneo. The laws of logic and reasoning guided by words of the Almighty form the basis in elucidating the essential questions that humanity wants to know as the caliph of God on earth.


Expanding Humanitys Vision Of God

Author by : Robert Herrmann
Languange : en
Publisher by : Templeton Foundation Press
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Total Read : 90
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Description : How has our understanding of our world and our place in the universe changed in recent decades through the momentous discoveries of science? Do recent developments in the philosophy of science, which place limitations on scientific knowing, provide a more level playing field? This collection of essays and sermons, which have not been readily available before, address these thought-provoking questions. The John Templeton Foundation sponsored an essay and sermon contest to convey an expanded vision of God, one that is informed by recent discoveries of science on the nature of the universe and the place we have in the world. These selections are the winners of that competition. The book is divided into three sections: “Contemporary Science Raising Theological Questions,” “New Visions of Theology,” and “Historical and Philosophical Perspectives on the Science-Religion Dialogue.” The essays cover such areas as physics, theology, cosmology, origins, and artificial intelligence. “There is another way to conceive our life together. There is another way to conceive of our life in God, but it requires a different worldview—not a clockwork universe in which individuals function as discrete springs and gears, but one that looks more like a luminous web, in which the whole is far more than the parts. In this universe, there is no such thing as an individual apart from his or her relationships. Every interaction—between people and people, between people and things, between things and things—changes the face of history. Life on earth cannot be reduced to four sure-fire rules. It is an ever-unfolding mystery that defies precise prediction. Meanwhile, in this universe, there is no such thing as 'parts‚' The whole is the fundamental unit of reality.” —Barbara Brown Taylor, “Physics and Faith,”