Sleuthing The Divine

Author by : Kevin J. Sharpe
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Publisher by : Word in the World
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Description : A spiritual quest is at the heart this introduction to the chief questions raised at the nexus of science and religion. Sharpe, a leader in the field, engagingly seeks the reality of God in the world, even as he eschews traditional theological terms and authorities.


Spiritual Science

Author by : Steve Taylor
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Publisher by : Watkins Media Limited
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Description : It is often assumed that there are two ways of interpreting the world: a rational scientific way, or an irrational religious way. Spiritual Science offers a third alternative: a spiritual view of reality that transcends both conventional science and religion, and answers many of the riddles that neither can explain. The standard model of science has had little success in explaining such areas as human consciousness, the connection between the mind and the body, altruism and ‘anomalous’ phenomena such as near-death experiences, psi phenomena (such as telepathy) and spiritual experiences. But from a ‘panspiritist’ point of view – which sees spirit or consciousness as a fundamental essence of reality – it is possible to make sense of all these things. Steve Taylor puts forward the evidence for a spiritual view of reality, drawing on the insights of philosophers, physicists, mystics, as well as spiritual traditions and indigenous cultures. He systematically shows how a ‘panspiritist’ view can explain many puzzling aspects of science and the world, including evolution and the origins of life, and a wide range of other phenomena such as quantum physics, the placebo effect, precognition and neuroplasticity. Spiritual Science offers a new vision of the world that is compatible with both modern science and ancient spiritual teachings. It provides a more accurate and holistic account of reality than conventional science or religion, integrating a wide range of phenomena that are excluded from both. After showing how the materialist worldview demeans the world and human life, Spiritual Science offers a brighter alternative – a vision of the world as sacred and interconnected, and of human life as meaningful and purposeful. Spiritual Science explains how the standard materialist model of reality developed, and turned into a belief system. This belief system can only function by denying (or explaining away) a whole range of phenomena that are part of human experience. It is possible to be scientific without adopting this belief system – in fact, it is much more rational to do so.


First Intelligence

Author by : Simone Wright
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Publisher by : New World Library
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Description : Practical Ways to Tap into and Use Your Highest Wisdom Each day, we are bombarded with data and opinions, and each day we must make choices that steer us toward our own best approach to life. And, according to Simone Wright, we often forget or don’t understand how to use the best tool available: our intuition, which is our “first intelligence” that can cut through the chatter to inherent wisdom. She explains that intuition is an innate and universal biological and energetic function that can be used like a human GPS system to guide us toward effective action and peak performance. Riveting examples and powerful exercises demonstrate how we can use this “sixth sense” as naturally as any, in all areas of our lives.


Mind Into Matter

Author by : Fred Alan Wolf
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Publisher by : Red Wheel/Weiser
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Description : Alchemists of old attempted to make sense of the universe--to discover the connection between mind and matter. Some of today's scientists, in particular quantum physicists, are doing the same. In this contribution to the study of consciousness, physicist Fred Alan Wolf reveals what he calls the "new alchemy"--a melding of the ideas of the old alchemists and the new scientists to reach a fuller understanding of mind and matter. An elegant book with short, stand-alone chapters, each framed by an alchemical symbol and its definition. Thought-provoking for scientists and lay people alike.


The Hidden Lives Of Owls

Author by : Leigh Calvez
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Publisher by : Sasquatch Books
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Description : "Join a naturalist on adventures into the world of owls, owl-watching, avian science, and the deep forest-often in the dead of night. Whether you're tracking snowy or great horned owls, these birds are a bit mysterious, and that's part of what makes them so fascinating. Owls are iconic, and there are lots of them in the Western states, even though we hardly ever see them. Leigh Calvez pursues eleven different owl species-includng the Barred, Flammulated, Northern Saw-Whet, Northern Pygmy, Northern Spotted, Burrowing, Snowy, and Great Gray. Calvez makes the science entertaining and accessible through the stories of the people who are obsessed with these birds and her own avian adventures in the field. The thuggish behavior of barred owls puts the spotted owl at risk, so the federal wildlife agency is actually shooting them in Washington and Oregon. The highly unusual appearance of arctic snowy owls in the Lower 48 directly reflects the state of the vole population in the Arctic. Along the way, the author entertainingly explores the questions about the human-animal connection, owl obsession, habitat, owl calls, social behavior, and mythology. Hoot!"


Piercing Time Space

Author by : Traci L. Slatton
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Publisher by : Are Press
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Description : An Exploration of the understanding of nature and spirituality that links the scientific with the metaphysic.


Matter Into Feeling

Author by : Fred Alan Wolf
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Publisher by : Moment Point PressInc
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Description : What's unique about being human? We experience feelings. Once again bridging the gap between spirituality and quantum physics, Fred Alan Wolf takes us on an exciting journey toward understanding where our feelings come from and how we can work with them to create more abundant and joyful lives. In his follow-up to Mind into Matter, Dr. Wolf guides us through the conflicts and resistances we feel as physical beings - the everyday demands, addictions, successes, and failures we experience - and into an understanding that being "stuck" is only a phase, one from which we can escape once we understand the origin and role of human feeling.


The Spirit Of Science

Author by : Marco Frezzella
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Publisher by : Unknown
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Manifestations Of Mind In Matter

Author by : Iebele Abel
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Publisher by : ICRL Press
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Description : A broad social shift has been taking place over the last few years; the materialistic world view of the past centuries is giving way to a view of life in which our consciousness is the primary focus. The entanglement of consciousness and reality raises questions about life and society that have been posed since ancient times. The Dutch artist and researcher Iebele Abel uses technology and present-day science to reiterate these questions. Within different disciplines of science, technology, and philosophy, these questions are addressed on a fundamental level. Now evidence is growing that consciousness and the bodily manifestation of life itself are entangled; this may be the starting point for new observations, from which radical new technologies and forthcoming cultures may derive. In MANIFESTATIONS OF MIND IN MATTER, Iebele Abel meets prominent scientists and pioneers in the practice of consciousness research. He does not avoid complex questions. He explores the boundaries of artistic, spiritual, and scientific thinking in open-hearted and personal conversations. This full-color book, containing both conversations and images of the art of Iebele Abel, is interesting for anyone who refuses to take things for granted, but who is fascinated by the mysterious entanglement of mind and matter.


Science And Spirit Reconciled

Author by : Alan A. D. Cohen
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Publisher by : Dog Ear Publishing
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Description : "We live in a time of great peril. The spectre of the human race overcome by disease, starvation and an unrelenting assault by other life forms is beyond our ability to entertain. What is to be done? Alan A. D. Cohen has seen the vision and offers us hope; hope that by changing our life styles radically, humankind can be spared the suffering for which it seems destined. His message is that we must live every moment as part of a unity we have not begun to appreciate. The need for such a change in human consciousness is great. I hope many people will read this book." Reverend Richard Leonard, Minister Emeritus, All Souls Church, New York. Both quantum mechanics and digital logic theory prove that no atomic particle can exist separately from the rest of creation; therefore only unity exists. But unity is not material. It can only be spiritual. Once this is accepted, new horizons of mystery unfold. We see mind as an ocean of consciousness in which we swim like fishes in a universal sea. We are divine. New, scientifically valid spiritual laws appear. Only if we obey these laws will we survive. Examples are given of an office worker, a builder and a waitress, who, by their belief in unity, spread healing influences throughout the world.


The Spirit Of Inquiry

Author by : Susannah Gibson
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Publisher by : Oxford University Press, USA
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Description : Cambridge is now world-famous as a centre of science, but it wasn't always so. Before the nineteenth century, the sciences were of little importance in the University of Cambridge. But that began to change in 1819 when two young Cambridge fellows took a geological fieldtrip to the Isle of Wight. Adam Sedgwick and John Stevens Henslow spent their days there exploring, unearthing dazzling fossils, dreaming up elaborate theories about the formation of the earth, and bemoaning the lack of serious science in their ancient university. As they threw themselves into the exciting new science of geology - conjuring millions of years of history from the evidence they found in the island's rocks - they also began to dream of a new scientific society for Cambridge. This society would bring together like-minded young men who wished to learn of the latest science from overseas, and would encourage original research in Cambridge. It would be, they wrote, a society "to keep alive the spirit of inquiry." Their vision was realised when they founded the Cambridge Philosophical Society later that same year. Its founders could not have imagined the impact the Cambridge Philosophical Society would have: it was responsible for the first publication of Charles Darwin's scientific writings, and hosted some of the most heated debates about evolutionary theory in the nineteenth century; it saw the first announcement of x-ray diffraction by a young Lawrence Bragg - a technique that would revolutionise the physical, chemical and life sciences; it published the first paper by C.T.R. Wilson on his cloud chamber - a device that opened up a previously-unimaginable world of sub-atomic particles. 200 years on from the Society's foundation, this book reflects on the achievements of Sedgwick, Henslow, their peers, and their successors. Susannah Gibson explains how Cambridge moved from what Sedgwick saw as a "death-like stagnation" (really little more than a provincial training school for Church of England clergy) to being a world-leader in the sciences. And she shows how science, once a peripheral activity undertaken for interest by a small number of wealthy gentlemen, has transformed into an enormously well-funded activity that can affect every aspect of our lives.


Readings In Science And Spirit

Author by : Camillus D. Talafous (O.S.B.)
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Secrets Of Success Large Print

Author by : Sandra Anne Taylor
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Publisher by : ReadHowYouWant.com
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Description : SECRETS OF SUCCESS Are you inspired by the Laws of Attraction yet not quite sure how to use their power in your life? Well, you're not alone! This life-changing book reveals the truth about how your consciousness and energy really work in the world. It's your full life force - not just your individual intention - that creates results. This uniquely holistic approach unlocks your quantum psychology - the deeper vibrations of your thoughts and feelings - and offers the keys that will open you up to a future of abundance and joy. You will also tap into one of the best-kept secrets of success - your connection with the presence and energy of Spirit! Learn how to sharpen your intuition and work with your divine experts, messengers, and creative advisors. Discover dozens of simple ways to access the talent of the ages and align your own energy field with the driving force of the cosmos. The world of endless possibilities is awaiting you. Now is your moment of destiny creation!


Discovery Or The Spirit And Service Of Science

Author by : Gregory Richard Arman Sir 1864-
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Publisher by : Hardpress Publishing
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Description : Unlike some other reproductions of classic texts (1) We have not used OCR(Optical Character Recognition), as this leads to bad quality books with introduced typos. (2) In books where there are images such as portraits, maps, sketches etc We have endeavoured to keep the quality of these images, so they represent accurately the original artefact. Although occasionally there may be certain imperfections with these old texts, we feel they deserve to be made available for future generations to enjoy.


Symmetry And Complexity

Author by : Klaus Mainzer
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Publisher by : World Scientific
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Description : Cosmic evolution leads from symmetry to complexity by symmetry breaking and phase transitions. The emergence of new order and structure in nature and society is explained by physical, chemical, biological, social and economic self-organization, according to the laws of nonlinear dynamics. All these dynamical systems are considered computational systems processing information and entropy. Are symmetry and complexity only useful models of science or are they universals of reality? Symmetry and Complexity discusses the fascinating insights gained from natural, social and computer sciences, philosophy and the arts. With many diagrams and pictures, this book illustrates the spirit and beauty of nonlinear science. In the complex world of globalization, it strongly argues for unity in diversity.


Man Being Revealed

Author by : James Ernest Davis
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Original Impulses For The Science Of The Spirit

Author by : Rudolf Steiner
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Description : Steiner covers a wide range of subjects, from health and education, volcanic eruptions (in response to an eruption of Vesuvius at the time), planetary evolution, the Rosicrucian way of initiation, the modern science of the spirit, the Lord's Prayer, the blood that flowed on Golgotha, and karmic law.


A New Science Of Heaven

Author by : Robert Temple
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Publisher by : Coronet
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Description : New knowledge from the most recent advances in a little-known area of science matches many of the accounts surviving down the ages from mystics, meditators, people who have survived near-death experiences, inspired sages and shamans, and experiences from dreams and trance states. Such accounts have until now been dismissed by people inclined to hold 'materialistic' views of the world. Many people often take pride in describing themselves as 'sceptics' or 'agnostics'. In A New Science of Heaven, Robert Temple takes the view that it is reasonable to be sceptical, but can understand how these altered states may have been used in the past to access awareness of the elusive and apparently immaterial 'Other World' by shamans and seers over the millennia. We may discover that many of their accounts and experiences have remarkable validity. Scientific progress is now sufficiently advanced to enable a world of the spirit to be described and explained in a rigourous fashion for the first time. The advances made in the physics of complex plasmas in recent years provides a mathematical and physical basis to describe the soul, or spirit. These advances make it possible to understand ghosts, for complex plasmas can pass through walls and emerge the same on the other side. (Indeed, they can pass through each other and survive intact as well.) The 'Other World' is material, but it is a different kind of matter.


Delusions In Science And Spirituality

Author by : Susan B. Martinez
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Publisher by : Simon and Schuster
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Description : Debunks cherished theories of mainstream consensus and reveals the deeper mysteries of the science of the unseen • Reveals a new “Theory of Everything” to replace the standard model and complete our knowledge of Earth Science, anthropology, psychology, and spirituality • Explains the failings of the Big Bang, evolution, ice age theory, and global warming • Shows how the Freudian and Jungian theories of the unconscious have grossly misrepresented the spirit of man and the psyche of humanity What if science and society’s most darling theories, taught as fact, were 100% wrong? What if the anomalies that disprove these theories were covered up and distorted and any serious challenges brushed off as lunacy, hysteria, junk science, and dissension? In this primer in deprogramming, Susan B. Martinez reveals the disinformation at the root of mainstream consensus thinking. She punches gaping holes in the cherished theories of the Big Bang, Darwinian evolution, ice ages, and global warming. Drawing on the ancient science of the unseen and revelations from the Oahspe Bible as well as some of the most advanced thinkers in astrophysics, she explains a new “Theory of Everything” to replace the standard model. She explores the concept of vortexya, the cosmic whirlwind of our own geomagnetic field, which explains quite simply the subtle changes that take place on Earth and in the universe over time without the “magical thinking” of the Big Bang, global warming, or ice ages. Martinez reveals how the instability of society itself has found its way into our theories, positing explosive change and acceleration where there is none. She explains how homo sapiens’ evolution did not suddenly accelerate 40,000 years ago and culture did not accelerate to birth civilization a mere 6,000 years ago. She shows how the theories of the Freudian and Jungian unconscious and of reincarnation have grossly misrepresented the spirit of man and the psyche of humanity. Resurrecting the majestic order that was once recognized at the basis of reality, Martinez shows that the shift from the Age of Disinformation to the Age of Understanding is well underway.


The New Professionalism

Author by : Steven Liebowitz
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Publisher by : Unknown
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Description : Dr. Liebowitz offers business people, professionals and others, an easy-to-use way to connect science and spirit and have the benefits of both. If you have been torn between the skeptical, analytical, bottom line orientation of Science and the optimistic, compassionate, creative attributes of Spirit, "The New Professionalism" shows you how to incorporate and use the best of both in your life everyday.


Science Of Spirit

Author by : Robert Donald Tonelli
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Publisher by : Xlibris Corporation
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Description : Beyond the Secret... Beyond the Power of Now... is the Science of Spirit...a Deeper look at life. Why are we here alive on planet earth trapped in a life of 9 to 5 wage slavery? "Science of Spirit: Lost Keys to the Kingdom of Heaven on Earth" shows that all life on planet earth and in the universe is based on an evolution of consciousness from the beginning of time the Big Bang. It clarifies the connectedness of all life with Science and to Spirit through the understanding of world-old Hermetic Teachings in a balance of Reason and Faith. Consciousness is the very fabric that all form is made out of and is the ground of all beingness of life Consciousness and the energy that makes up matter are inextricably combined or linked, emerging in a sequence of events called "occasions of experience" that ultimately create our experiences in life and our reality. The universe isn't made of things or particles. It's a process. It's made up of events. The result of this evolution of consciousness is an Analogical Awareness of life living in the now moment of unlimited potentials for the growth of a new super-conscious species of humanity moving through an Omega Point in time between 2011-- 2013. These Hermetic Teachings were clarified for me through the teaching of Ramtha and his Ancient Gnostic School much of what I have learned in 20 years my philosophy of life has its foundation in Ramtha's philosophy. Our accelerating consciousness is moving to a quantum existence of Spirit-in-Mass God Man realized alive with all the lower species of life specifically the "Sheeple of Economic Western Society". The Science of Spirit is based on my personal experience... my research... and my understanding of the ancient philosophy that this work comes from... It uses from research the philosophy and experience of other very credible people that have studied different aspects of a Science of Spirit as a philosophy to live by... I use this eclectic approach to build an accurate model of reality based in consciousness that allows us to create our own reality once we rid ourselves of the illusions of society. This approach gives credibility to my overall viewpoint a modern interpretation of a very old philosophy and way of life... A Science of Spirit that is inherent in Mother Nature... It goes in-depth about understanding What Consciousness Is! - An Analogical State of Awareness that is continuously evolving faster and faster to the eternal Now Moment It uses the discovery of a new perspective of the Mayan Calendar that is supposed to end in a religious "Apocalypse at "The Omega Point" in time around 2012 as its foundational understanding of an "Evolution of Consciousness" on earth. This philosophy and research show an Evolution of Consciousness a rising of an Analogical Awareness of life revealing a Science to the nature of Spirit It explains from a new perspective, this battle between the "Forces of Good and Evil" at "The End of Time". This Ancient Science of Spirit philosophy explains how the primeval forces of life [Spirit] that are inherent in Mother Earth growing for 16.4 billion years are pitted against the "dogmatic, stagnant, god-fearing personalities," that runs the Engines of Commerce of our Global Society with their focus on monetary control of the people and the planet. This is a real life battle between evolving evolutionary beings against the "Anti-Christ Social Consciousness" of The Multi-National Corporations. Religious dogmas' talk about an "Apocalypse at the end of time" to help warn us of our impending doom the remarkable thing is that the word "Apocalypse" means the "lifting of a veil" or a disclosure to certain privileged persons of something hidden from the majority of humankind. I will show in this book that the "lifting of a veil" is a rising of consciousness that knows no fear of the unknown and clarifies ancient predictions of the end days and the real battle of Armageddon. This ancient "Science


The Breath Of A Whale

Author by : Leigh Calvez
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Description : "This nonfiction book about whales in the Pacific Ocean is written by Leigh Calvez. Calvez has worked with whales and dolphins as a scientist, naturalist, and nature writer. As a scientist, she was Research Director for the Ocean Mammal Institute on such projects as the effect of vessel traffic on endangered humpback whales off Maui, Hawaii. She also led the only independent research team observing the US Navy's testing of Low Frequency Active Sonar on humpback whales in their nurseries in Hawaii in 1998" --


The Science Of Spirit Healing

Author by : Harry Edwards
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Publisher by : King Press
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Description : This early work is a fascinating read for anyone interested in spiritual healing and its history, comprising a comprehensive account of spiritual healing. Contents Include: Foreword; Preface; Basic Generalisations; The Bodies of Man; The Link Between Man and Spirit; Spirit Healing-Its Classifications; The Healing Medium and the Healing Guides; General Problems of Spiritual Healing; Magnetic Healing; Spiritual Healing; Absent Healing; Treatment of Cancer and Other Growths; Tuberculosis; Rheumatism and Arthritis; Restoration of Unbalanced Minds; Blindness and Deafness; Bone Deformities and Adjustments; "Incurables"; Unclassified Results; Statistical Records; Final Conclusions; and Autobiographical Notes. Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive. We are republishing these classic works in affordable, high quality, modern editions, using the original text and artwork.


Journey To The Light

Author by : Glenda Marie Rock, III
Languange : en
Publisher by : Wheatmark Incorporated
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Megameaning Book Two God And The Science Of Spirit

Author by : William J. Berndt
Languange : en
Publisher by : Tate Publishing & Enterprises
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Description : We go through our lives day to day, growing older with each passing sunset, and for most of us, that's all it is, passing through the commonplace world around us. But occasionally, and very rarely we unwittingly peer into a hole in space and time, glimpsing dimensions through a tear in the fabric of the universe. The following stories give us a brief look at people and places that have been thrust into such unimagined dimensions. - Retired NYPD officer and charter boat captain encounters a demonic vengeance torn from the very depths of the ocean, or perhaps out of a hole in fabric of the universe. - Where is God? What would he be like if he showed up today? A degenerate gambler gets the answers on the Atlantic City boardwalk and its nothing like he would ever imagine. - What if one had been given the power to stop time? And how would the world be affected if that individual turned out to be despicable? Find the answer when you peek through a tear in the fabric of the universe. - Crooked lawmen, murder and decades-old revenge in 1970's Louisiana ripped through a tear in the fabric of the universe. - A Nazi SS killer squad in occupied France encounters an ancient horrific secret even more deadly than they ever could be. Such things occur when the veil of the universe is torn ever so briefly. - This dramatized story is based on supposedly true events related to me by a resident of Shoreham, Long Island NY. It's a tale of obsessions and supernatural beings thousands of years old in our midst today. - From a tear in the fabric of the universe comes an implacable destiny that follows a modern submariner to an unwavering fate. - Does love transcend space and time? Can it follow us to unimagined dimensions? Find out the answers in this tale of supernatural passion in 1965 war-torn Saigon. - When the universe erupts in catastrophe, the only thing we may salvage is our basic instincts, and perhaps it may be all we need to survive glimpses into such tears in the fabric of the universe.


Science And The Spirit

Author by : James K. A. Smith
Languange : en
Publisher by : Indiana University Press
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Description : What might be described as a Pentecostal worldview has become a powerful cultural phenomenon, but it is often at odds with modernity and globalization. Science and the Spirit confronts questions of spirituality in the face of contemporary science. The essays in this volume illustrate how Pentecostalism can usefully engage with technology and scientific discovery and consider what might be distinctive about a Pentecostal dialogue with the sciences. The authors conclude that Pentecostals, with their unique perspectives on spirituality, can contribute new insights for a productive interaction between theology and science.


Phenomenology Of Spirit

Author by : Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel
Languange : en
Publisher by : Motilal Banarsidass Publ.
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Description : wide criticism both from Western and Eastern scholars.