THE HIDDEN FACE OF GOD

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The Hidden Face Of God

Author : Gerald L. Schroeder
ISBN : 9780743216838
Genre : Religion
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Gerald Schroeder, an MIT-trained scientist who has worked in both physics and biology, has emerged in recent years as one of the most popular and accessible apostles for the melding of science and religion. He first reconciled science and faith as different perspectives on a single whole in The Science of God. Now, in The Hidden Face of God, Schroeder takes a bold step forward, to show that science, properly understood, provides positive reasons for faith. Recent research in biology, chemistry, physics, and neuroscience contains unmistakable hints about the ultimate nature of reality. Simply put, we now know not only that behind matter lies energy, but also that behind energy lies wisdom. Scientists have touched on this wisdom in the laboratory, and its implications are awesome. From the wisdom encoded in DNA and analyzed by information science, to the wisdom unveiled in the fantastic complexity of cellular life, to the wisdom inherent in human consciousness, The Hidden Face of God offers a tour of the best of modern science. Schroeder makes no attempt to "prove" the existence of God. Yet his interpretations of the work of his fellow scientists touch on life's ultimate mysteries. His wise observations on the organization of organic life, on the power of humans to make sense of their sensory inputs, and on the complexities of the code of DNA all show that life has a direction and purpose that cannot be explained in purely physical terms. Throughout, he addresses three great themes: the question of first causes (i.e., where do the laws of nature come from?); the inseparability of mind and matter; and the philosophical problem of design. To believe that a designer must have been involved, he reminds us, we need not insist on perfection or on our view of perfection in the design. The Hidden Face of God will open a world of science to religious believers, and it will cause skeptics to rethink some of their deepest beliefs.
Category: Religion

The Hidden Face Of God

Author : Richard Elliott Friedman
ISBN : 9780060622589
Genre : Religion
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Seeks to reconcile science and religion for the purpose of establishing a universal moral code for the third millennium, citing three interlinking mysteries that include the parallel between the Big Bang theory and the Kabbalah. Reprint.
Category: Religion

The Hidden Face Of God

Author : Michael Card
ISBN : 9781615214815
Genre : Religion
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Most of us, at some point, experience the sense of God’s absence. Michael Card says that rather than letting the distance widen, this is exactly the time for a deeper pursuit of God. The method he proposes is recovery of the profound, biblical practice of lament.
Category: Religion

The Hidden Face Of Terrorism

Author : Paul David Collins
ISBN : 9781403367990
Genre : Political Science
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This book is my attempt to introduce you to a better way of life in Christ Jesus. However, if you are only a Christian on Sundays, Easter, Thanksgiving and Christmas, then my book is not for you. My book is not for you if you only pray in time of trouble or if you feel that God has given you a spiritual charge card and you can "have it your way". No, my book is not designed for the sporadic Christian. It is for the serious, determined Christian who is facing obstacles in everyday life and the unsaved person who is at the crossroads of life and just don't know which way to turn..
Category: Political Science

The Sacred Feminine

Author : Joseph Lumpkin
ISBN : 9798647200167
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What happened to the feminine power and face of God? Where did the "mother God" go? Through thousands of years of interpreting the Bible through the lens of language, changing societies and varying views of females and feminine qualities, the concept of God has become more and more male to the exclusion of God's female side of wisdom, mercy, grace, and nurture. If God is our creator and we are all made in his image, God must be both our father and our mother. Come along as we attempt to rediscover through a study of history and language the truth and expand our understanding of the complete and perfect God. - After thousands of years of distortion, it is now time to look at both sides of God.
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The Revelation Of Angelic Creation

Author : Joseph R. Forman
ISBN : 9781615798483
Genre : Philosophy
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Move over Augustine! Look out Aquinas! This is the first exegetical work on day one of Genesis to agree with all Scripture. With the profound simplicity of a layman yet the penetrating density of a mystic, this text is a fountain of Scriptural revelation to guide both heart and mind. Unparalleled, "The Revelation of Angelic Creation" for the first time draws back the veil on "what" Wisdom is and its composite origin (the first hypostasis); the angelic creation: how it came to be and its composite nature; the "when," "how," and "why" of the angelic rebellion and fall, along with the restructuring of the unseen cosmos in the aftermath of said rebellion. Also, for good measure, the two-yes two!-gardens of Eden will be exposed. This work will set new theological precedence in all these areas and much more. Scriptural discourse is now forever altered. That which was spoken in the darkness of pre-creation, finally, is brought to light. Joe is the run-of-the-mill regular kind of guy who friends and acquaintances have called a prophet. Born and raised in southern California, his employment background consists of Production Control, Sales, Painting Contracting and a stint as a Drug and Alcohol Counselor. His hobbies include Bonsai, Koi, and stained-glass. Marital Status: still pursuing Sophia (Wisdom).
Category: Philosophy

The Hidden Face Of Eve

Author : Nawal El Saadawi
ISBN : 1842778757
Genre : Political Science
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"This powerful account of the oppression of women in much of the Arab world remains as shocking today as when it was first published, more than a quarter of a century ago. Nawal El Saadawi writes out of a powerful sense of the violence and injustice which permeated her society. Her experiences working as a doctor in villages around Egypt, witnessing prostitution, honour killings and sexual abuse, including female circumcision, drove her to give voice to this suffering. This book explores the causes of the situation through a discussion of the historical role of Arab women in religion and literature. Saadawi argues that the veil, polygamy and legal inequality are incompatible with the essence of Islam or any human faith."--P. [4] of cover.
Category: Political Science

The Hidden God

Author : Samuel Eugene Balentine
ISBN : MINN:31951001083313L
Genre : Religion
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This new series brings together a number of great academic works from the archives of Oxford University Press. Reissued in a uniform series design in Spring 2000, Oxford Scholarly classics will enable libraries, scholars, and students to gain fresh access to some of the finest scholarship ofthe last century.
Category: Religion

The Secrets Of Happiness

Author : Richard Schoch
ISBN : 0743298446
Genre : Self-Help
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Unhappy is the story of happiness. More than two thousand years ago, when the ancient Greeks first pondered what constitutes "the good life," happiness was considered a civic virtue that demanded a lifetime's cultivation. Not just mere enjoyment of pleasure and mere avoidance of suffering, true happiness was an achievement, not a birthright. Now, in an age of instant gratification and infinite distraction, history professor Richard Schoch takes a refreshingly contemplative look at a question that's as vital today as ever: What does it mean to be happy? Schoch consults some of history's greatest thinkers -- from Aristotle to Thomas Aquinas to Buddha -- in his quest to understand happiness in all its hard-won forms. Packed with three thousand years' worth of insights, many long forgotten, The Secrets of Happiness is a breath of ancient wisdom for anyone who yearns for the good life.
Category: Self-Help