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Particles Of Faith

Author : Stacy A. Trasancos
ISBN : 9781594719059
Genre : Religion
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Ask a young Catholic why they are walking away from the Church and one of the main reasons is usually a perceived conflict between science and Christianity. The student edition of Particles of Faith: A Catholic Guide to Navigating Science aims to help Catholic high school students find real answers to real questions about the interaction of science and faith. What is the origin of life? Does the Big Bang prove God? Can a Christian accept the theory of evolution? Teacher and scientist Dr. Stacy A. Trasancos—who converted to Catholicism while confronting similar concerns about science and faith—addresses these and many other probing questions in the student edition of Particles of Faith, a book designed for use in a high school theology or science course. At the end of the book, students will be able to not only answer key questions about the faith but also to explain those answers to others. The Particles of Faith Teacher Resource Guide can be found online in the Classroom Resource section of the Ave Maria Press website and helps teachers adapt the book’s material as a separate unit in regularly-scheduled courses such as morality, social justice, life science, or in in chemistry and physics courses. Lesson plans in the Particles of Faith Teacher Resource Guide include quizzes and tests. Trasancos also has produced videos with related content in conjunction with Bishop Robert Barron and Word on Fire Catholic Ministries. She employs encyclicals such as Pope Francis’s Laudato Sí, the deep reflections of theologians such as St. Thomas Aquinas, and the exacting work of Catholic scientists such as Fr. Georges Lemaître—who proposed the game-changing Big Bang theory—to show how science and faith are interwoven lights meant to guide students on the path to truth. Trasancos also explains how the Catholic faith and science work together to reveal the truth of Christ through the beauty of his creation. She leads with the understanding that science awakens the wonders of the foundational statement of the faith: that God is Creator of all, seen and unseen.
Category: Religion

Journey Of Faith Journey Of The Universe

Author : Ivan Nicoletto
ISBN : 9780814647745
Genre : Religion
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One of the most surprising discoveries of our time is that the universe is an unfolding and highly creative story: a cosmogenesis. In Journey of Faith, Journey of the Universe, Br. Ivan Nicoletto reveals how very insightful the Scripture and its commentary tradition are to these deep and cosmic perspectives, thus surprising even seasoned Bible-hearers with fresh understanding. It will serve as rich nourishment to anyone involved in the ministry of preaching or who wants to explore the lectionary in a new way. The distinction of the book is Br. Ivan’s capacity to speak with depth and originality on both the Scripture readings and the cosmic spirituality, in fact, to blend them usefully, insightfully. This selection of homilies offered on various Sundays and holy days of the three-year lectionary cycle offers fresh insights on the readings for the day to those who are also open to the challenge to theology and Scripture that comes from new cosmology.
Category: Religion

Particles In A Stream D Day And After

Author : James F. Risher Jr.
ISBN : 9781465306166
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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New Book Takes a Personal Look at War and Interconnected Lives Memoir reveals an intimate glimpse of the impact of WWII and aerial warfare MCDONOUGH, Ga. – (Release Date TBD) – Within the colossal stage of the Second War, millions of human destinies were inexplicably intertwined and eventually led to the ultimate triumph of good over evil. Author James F. Risher, Jr. gives an inside glimpse of warfare through his book, Particles In A Stream D-Day And After, published posthumously by his sons, James F. Risher III and Joseph K. Risher. This significant and fast moving personal account reveals Risher’s experiences in the United States Strategic bombing campaign as a member of the Eight U.S. Army Air Force in the European theatre of World War II. This book is more than a combat history—it is a story of impressions and feelings about the stresses upon human beings associated with this form of combat, as they become part of a cohesive aerial combat crew. It tells how men depended on each other to survive combat missions. It reveals the response of individuals to the growing, repeated stress of aerial warfare in a high altitude (4 to 6 miles), sub-zero frigid environment; perform precise technical tasks in confined, unheated spaces, with life maintained by an oxygen tube. Interwoven with feelings of creeping anticipation, dread, panic, and often boredom of high altitude warfare, Particles In A Stream D-Day And After also presents the humorous side of combat flying and everyday life on the bomber bases in England. The men often relied on humor as the tonic for stress and fatigue. The “particles in a stream” in the title refers to WWII as the war of “small teams”—men of other military branches who no doubt felt the same way the longer they fought together.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Doubt And Faith

Author : Edward John Hardy
ISBN : NYPL:33433068228000
Genre : Apologetics
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Category: Apologetics

Words Of Faith

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ISBN : HARVARD:HNJ7DF
Genre : Spiritual life
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Category: Spiritual life

Gravity Particles And Space Time

Author : P I Pronin
ISBN : 9789814498913
Genre : Science
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This volume comprises original and review articles on the frontier problems of the gravitation theory, theoretical and mathematical physics. The volume is dedicated to the memory of Professor Dmitri Ivanenko who made the great contribution to the physical science of the twentieth century. Contents:A Gauge-Invariant Theory of Motion of Charged Test Particles (D Chruscinski & J Kijowski)Heisenberg Picture for Quantized Fields Interacting with Nonstationary Electromagnetic or Gravitational Background (A A Lobashov & V M Mostepanenko)General Relativity as a Gauge Theory of Orthogonal Groups in Three Dimensions (M Raiteri et al.)Quantum Spacetime (D Finkelstein et al.)Jacobi's Principle and Hertz' Definition of Time (H-J Treder et al.)Placing Limits on Cartan's Torsion from Non-Riemannian Crystals (L C G de Andrade)Spinors as Differential Forms, and Applications to Electromagnetism and Quantum Mechanics (W A Rodrigues, Jr & J Vaz, Jr)Black Holes, Time Arrow, and Vacuum in Quantum Electrodynamics (M E Gertsenstein)One-Loop Background Calculations in the General Field Theory (P I Pronin & K V Stepanyantz)Energy–Momentum Superpotential in Gravitation Theory (G Giachetta & G Sardanashvily)and other papers Readership: Physicists, astronomists, high energy physicists, cosmologists and astrophysicists. keywords:Gravitation Theory;Riemannian Geometry;Gauge Theory;Spinor Field;Dirac Operator;Clifford Algebra;Torsion;Quantum Field;Black Hole;Conservation Law“… the book properly reflects the state of the art in a sector of current research on gravitation (and, less so, other fundamental interactions) and spacing geometry.”H Goenner Classical and Quantum Gravity
Category: Science

Headlands Of Faith

Author : Joseph Cross
ISBN : UVA:X030808614
Genre : Christianity
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Category: Christianity

Scepticism And Faith

Author : Brownlow Maitland
ISBN : OXFORD:590646621
Genre : Apologetics
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Category: Apologetics