THE GOD EFFECT

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The God Effect

Author : Brian Clegg
ISBN : 9781429966016
Genre : Science
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The phenomenon that Einstein thought too spooky and strange to be true What is entanglement? It's a connection between quantum particles, the building blocks of the universe. Once two particles are entangled, a change to one of them is reflected---instantly---in the other, be they in the same lab or light-years apart. So counterintuitive is this phenomenon and its implications that Einstein himself called it "spooky" and thought that it would lead to the downfall of quantum theory. Yet scientists have since discovered that quantum entanglement, the "God Effect," was one of Einstein's few---and perhaps one of his greatest---mistakes. What does it mean? The possibilities offered by a fuller understanding of the nature of entanglement read like something out of science fiction: communications devices that could span the stars, codes that cannot be broken, computers that dwarf today's machines in speed and power, teleportation, and more. In The God Effect, veteran science writer Brian Clegg has written an exceptionally readable and fascinating (and equation-free) account of entanglement, its history, and its application. Fans of Brian Greene and Amir Aczel and those interested in the marvelous possibilities coming down the quantum road will find much to marvel, illuminate, and delight.
Category: Science

The God Code In The Seven And Iit S Effect On Our Physical Mental And Spiritual Lives

Author : Hans Liszikam
ISBN : 9781609118211
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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The number 7 has a very large significance in our lives and in spiritual teachings. It can be traced back right to the beginning of creation. It's a mystical and powerful number according to numerology and eastern philosophies. One could also say that it is God's number because, symbolically, God created the world in seven days. This book explains the 7's connection with our religious, spiritual, scientific and physical lives, and the wonders and workings in nature. The book also addresses the occurrence of the 7 in the human body, making us a part of nature. Hans Liszikam resides in New South Wales, Australia. His trade background is in building/construction and transport. At the young age of 72, he spends most of his time writing and is still active in facilitating workshops and working as a guest speaker/psychic medium in spiritual churches. Publisher's website: http: //www.strategicpublishinggroup.com/title/TheGodCodeInTheSeven.htm
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

The God Who Lives

Author : Adam Pryor
ISBN : 9781630873226
Genre : Religion
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Christian theology has affirmed throughout its history that God is a living God. But what does it mean that God lives? Why does it matter? Does God live like us? If God does not live like us what is the difference between our living and God's living? These are the questions Adam Pryor addresses in The God Who Lives. The book considers life as a conceptual problem, examining how new studies about the emergence of life have critical implications for interpreting the religious symbol God is living. In particular, Pryor suggests how absence and desire, what is termed abstential desire, are critical principles of life for scientific and philosophical thinking today. He goes on to develop a constructive theological proposal in which the theological meaning of the symbol God is living is interpreted in terms of the insights garnered from the principle of abstential desire, concluding that God can be understood as akin to the role played by absence in living things. Life is an absent but effective whole in relation to the material parts of which it is comprised. God as living is a similarly effective absence in relation to the world.
Category: Religion

The God Ezekiel Creates

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ISBN : 9780567658586
Genre : Religion
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This powerful collection of essays focuses on the representation of God in the Book of Ezekiel. With topics spanning across projections of God, through to the implications of these creations, the question of the divine presence in Ezekiel is explored. Madhavi Nevader analyses Divine Sovereignty and its relation to creation, while Dexter E. Callender Jnr and Ellen van Wolde route their studies in the image of God, as generated by the character of Ezekiel. The assumption of the title is then inverted, as Stephen L. Cook writes on 'The God that the Temple Blueprint Creates', which is taken to its other extreme by Marvin A. Sweeney in his chapter on 'The Ezekiel that God Creates', and finds a nice reconciliation in Daniel I. Block's chapter, 'The God Ezekiel Wants Us to Meet.' Finally, two essays from Christian biblical scholar Nathan MacDonald and Jewish biblical scholar, Rimon Kasher, offer a reflection on the essays about Ezekiel and his God.
Category: Religion

Summa Theologiae Volume 14 Divine Government

Author : Thomas Aquinas
ISBN : 0521393612
Genre : Religion
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Paperback reissue of one volume of the English Dominicans' Latin/English edition of Thomas Aquinas' Summa Theologiae.
Category: Religion

Heart Of The God With Grand Proof Equation A Classical Approach To Quantum Theory

Author : Siva Prasad Kodukula
ISBN : 9780557089956
Genre : Science
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This book is a research work originated from a new cosmological model 'The Heart of the God' further to film theory of the universe. It supports 'Steady State Theory 'of cosmology. The GP equation is the ultimate proof for correctness of data and the values of quantities derived in 'Double Relativity Effect' and 'Siva's Constant 'K'of Cosmology'. The completeness of Film theory and Double Relativity can be verified through GP equation. In this book a new concept of elementary particle physics named 'K-suryon theory' has been introduced.Application of k-suryon theory is explained in another concept 'An approach to Quantum Theory and General theory of Relativity through Classical Theory'. 'Chandrasekhar's limit' and 'Hawking's Radiation' can also be explained through these new concepts.'Hawking's Radiation' will be mentioned in forth coming works of author. Researchers can make use of these concepts for their research works on cosmology.
Category: Science

For The Glory Of God

Author : Rodney Stark
ISBN : 0691114366
Genre : Religion
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Rodney Stark's provocative new book argues that, whether we like it or not, people acting for the glory of God have formed our modern culture. Continuing his project of identifying the widespread consequences of monotheism, Stark shows that the Christian conception of God resulted--almost inevitably and for the same reasons--in the Protestant Reformation, the rise of modern science, the European witch-hunts, and the Western abolition of slavery. In the process, he explains why Christian and Islamic images of God yielded such different cultural results, leading Christians but not Muslims to foster science, burn "witches," and denounce slavery. With his usual clarity and skepticism toward the received wisdom, Stark finds the origins of these disparate phenomena within monotheistic religious organizations. Endemic in such organizations are pressures to maintain religious intensity, which lead to intense conflicts and schisms that have far-reaching social results. Along the way, Stark debunks many commonly accepted ideas. He interprets the sixteenth-century flowering of science not as a sudden revolution that burst religious barriers, but as the normal, gradual, and direct outgrowth of medieval theology. He also shows that the very ideas about God that sustained the rise of science led also to intense witch-hunting by otherwise clear-headed Europeans, including some celebrated scientists. This conception of God likewise yielded the Christian denunciation of slavery as an abomination--and some of the fiercest witch-hunters were devoted participants in successful abolitionist movements on both sides of the Atlantic. For the Glory of God is an engrossing narrative that accounts for the very different histories of the Christian and Muslim worlds. It fundamentally changes our understanding of religion's role in history and the forces behind much of what we point to as secular progress.
Category: Religion

On A Complex Theory Of A Simple God

Author : Christopher Hughes
ISBN : 0801417597
Genre : Religion
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Hughes discusses Aquinus' work regarding the apparently irreconcilable theses of natural and revealed theology, and he argues that Aquinas fails in his attempt to reconcile absolute simplicity with the doctrines of the Trinity and the Incarnation. Hughes also offers a provocative account of divine simplicity and explores its implications for the Thomistic doctrines of the Trinity and Incarnation.
Category: Religion

The Trespass Of The Sign

Author : Kevin Hart
ISBN : 0823220508
Genre : Philosophy
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The Trespass of the Sign offers a clear and thorough account of the relations between deconstruction and theology. Kevin Hart argues that, contrary to popular thought on the topic, deconstruction does not have an antitheological agenda. Rather, deconstruction seeks to question the metaphysics of any theology. Hart pays particular attention to mystical theology as nonmetaphysical theology.
Category: Philosophy

The God Of Jesus Our God

Author : Alexander J. M. Wedderburn
ISBN : 9781630871628
Genre : Religion
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Although it might seem natural that Jesus' beliefs about God should shape Christian theology, this has often not been the case. Jesus' beliefs about God, including such aspects as omnipotence and personality, were largely shaped by contemporary Judaism. His view of God's character--exercising impartiality and mercy in this world, but at times retribution in the next--was often distinctive, though not always. The questions about the divine nature that had exercised earlier philosophers and theologians and would continue to puzzle later ones were not his concern, and later discoveries and theories about the nature of the cosmos, still often so mysterious to us, were naturally not part of his thought-world. Similarly, the role that later theologians found for him within the divine Trinity was also alien to him. On the other hand, alternative attempts to argue about the existence and the nature of God on the basis of cosmology or human religious experience have led to no conclusive results. The man Jesus himself, however, offered moral teaching and a way of life that he believed, rightly or wrongly, reflected the nature and will of his God, and this is his lasting contribution, regardless of whatever divine reality does or does not lie behind it.
Category: Religion