The Science of Faith

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This collection of essays provides an exploration of the role of science in faith. Discussions include evolution, creation, identity, genetics, quantum physics, and the scientific method itself. Practical and verifiable conclusions are accomplished, prompting self-discovery and a new perspective of the natural world. PLEASE DO NOT POST A REVIEW. More
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After many years of study and research under the guidance of a living Spiritual Teacher, the author is presenting non-sectarian, non-speculative and scripturally-consistent wisdom as handed down from an ancient line of Teachers.

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Review by: David Rice on March 2, 2014 :
The writer first sought to redefine what "truth" means (turning it into "I believe it, therefore it is true"), and then redefine was "science" means (consensus among scientists regarding what can be summed up as "confirmation bias"). That's my paraphrase, and not an actual quote, but it describes the book correctly. The arguments presenting in these new definitions are spurious and silly, often utterly incomprehensible to sane people not seeped in occult superstition and mysticism.

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