The God Science of Black Power

An Elijah Muhammad Speech During The Second Day of The Nation of Islam Saviour's Day Convention in 1967.

The God Science of Black Power

Author: Elijah Muhammad

Publisher: Elijah Muhammad Books

ISBN: 1884855946

Page: 94

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An Elijah Muhammad Speech During The Second Day of The Nation of Islam Saviour's Day Convention in 1967. It aims chiefly at the politically shallow 60's version of Black power by introducing "Real Black Power" as it relates to how God and all life originally came out of total black space. A profound example of Elijah Muhammad's comprehensive lecture is demonstrated when he asked, "If the scripture said that in the beginning God said 'Let there be light, ' then He couldn't have been in the light when he said that. He Himself had to have come from Blackness; thus ORIGINAL BLACK POWER!

The God Experiment

Russell Stannard, the distinguished physicist and author, looks at what modern science can bring to the discussion.

The God Experiment

Author: Russell Stannard

Publisher: Paulist Press

ISBN: 9781587680076

Page: 248

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Down the centuries there have been various attempts to prove the existence of God, and to demonstrate God's action in the world. Russell Stannard, the distinguished physicist and author, looks at what modern science can bring to the discussion.

Discovering God in Science

Join new author Charles E. Steele as he offers insight into this ongoing debate. Discovering God in Science is sure to equip, encourage, and guide students of all ages in their faith in the Creator.

Discovering God in Science

Author: Charles E. Steele

Publisher: Tate Publishing

ISBN: 1606960091

Page: 236

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Did the Big Bang create the universe? Did life start by chance, all without a cause? Does God exist? New discoveries in science are now pointing to the need for a Creator to explain the unexplainable. Science is observing that many features of our universe could not have happened purely by chance. Despite the academic dominance of philosophical naturalism and materialism, many scientists are bravely putting forth the God Hypothesis as an alternate theory to the origin of the universe. Yet many students are being bombarded by unbiblical theories when they go to school, and they are thus losing their faith in God. In events like these, it is important to know how to articulate a Christian worldview. If you are interested in a cutting-edge debate between science and religion, then Discovering God in Science is a must-read. Join new author Charles E. Steele as he offers insight into this ongoing debate. Discovering God in Science is sure to equip, encourage, and guide students of all ages in their faith in the Creator. Charles E. Steele has had a lifelong interest in astronomy and science. He graduated from the University of Cincinnati with a B.S. in industrial design. In 1969 he joined the U.S. Air Force, where he was stationed at Ramstein A.B., West Germany. His interest in science and technology has allowed him to be awarded 11 U.S. Patents. He has been listed in Who's Who in the Midwest. He currently lives in Michigan with his wife and mother, where he remains semi-active as a design consultant.

Questions of Truth

This unique book will help Christians clarify their beliefs regarding difficult issues and better face challenges--from within and from others--to their faith.

Questions of Truth

Author: John Polkinghorne

Publisher: Westminster John Knox Press

ISBN: 1611640032

Page: 201

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How did the universe begin? Can God's existence be proven? Do humans matter more than animals? For many years people have sent the scientist-turned-priest John Polkinghorne these and other questions about science and belief. In question-and-answer format, Polkinghorne and his collaborator Nicholas Beale offer their highly informed opinions about some of the most frequently asked of these questions. Readers can follow their own paths through the book, selecting questions that interest them and looking at the additional material if they choose. This unique book will help Christians clarify their beliefs regarding difficult issues and better face challenges--from within and from others--to their faith.

God and Contemporary Science

This text is part of the Edinburgh Studies in Constructive Theology series, which aims to provide a dialogue between the history of Western theological traditions and the contemporary interpretative context.

God and Contemporary Science

Author: Philip Clayton

Publisher: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing

ISBN: 9780748607983

Page: 274

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This text is part of the Edinburgh Studies in Constructive Theology series, which aims to provide a dialogue between the history of Western theological traditions and the contemporary interpretative context. Intended for those with no particular historical or theological training, it guides students through the core theological issues, searching out common ground by surveying the classic works of the theological tradition.

Without God

Without God, how can we have hope or make sense of such a broken world?

Without God

Author: Zachary Broom

Publisher: Independently Published

ISBN: 9781686815928

Page: 346

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Without God, how can we have hope or make sense of such a broken world? Skeptics believe we don't need God to understand reality, and that science and reason hold the keys to building a better world. Faith is blind, and there is no credible evidence for God's existence--especially the God of the Bible. Science and religious belief are incompatible, and God is no longer relevant to our modern world.By engaging with popular atheists and skeptics, both new and old, as well as many of Christianity's most brilliant writers, pastor and author Zachary Broom writes of how God is just as relevant to understanding the world as He's ever been. Not only is there powerful evidence for God's existence, but without Him, we cannot make sense of human experience.If there is no God, most of what we intuitively believe about reality cannot be trusted, as God is the source of all meaning, rationality, truth, beauty, and goodness. Instead of setting out to "prove" God's existence, Broom carefully and seriously engages skeptic's doubts, relying on philosophy, science, literature, reasoning, and real-life conversations, challenging readers to believe the better worldview--the worldview that best explains reality as we know it.

God Science and Society The Origin of the Universe Intelligent Life and Free Societies

Covering everything from the Big Bang and the origins of life to the mystery of intelligent consciousness, Walsh makes even the most technical scientific writings accessible to the general reader and tackles a question few books on the ...

God  Science  and Society  The Origin of the Universe  Intelligent Life  and Free Societies

Author: Anthony Walsh

Publisher: Vernon Press

ISBN: 1622739558

Page: 354

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“It may seem bizarre, but in my opinion, science offers a surer path to God than religion…science has actually advanced to the point where what were formerly religious questions can be seriously tackled” (Paul Davies, Astrophysicist). Anthony Walsh’s latest riposte to atheistic arguments against God's existence draws on Natural Theology, a knowledge of God based on evidence from both the natural and social sciences. Covering everything from the Big Bang and the origins of life to the mystery of intelligent consciousness, Walsh makes even the most technical scientific writings accessible to the general reader and tackles a question few books on the relationship between science and religion have ever sought to address: how does Christianity positively affect societies, families, and individuals in terms of democracy, justice, happiness, health, and prosperity?

Consilience Truth and the Mind of God

This book argues that God can be found within the edifice of the scientific understanding of physics, cosmology, biology and philosophy.

Consilience  Truth and the Mind of God

Author: Richard J. Di Rocco

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 3030018695

Page: 153

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This book argues that God can be found within the edifice of the scientific understanding of physics, cosmology, biology and philosophy. It is a rewarding read that asks the Big Questions which humans have pondered since the dawn of the modern human mind, including: Why and how does the universe exist? From where do the laws of physics come? How did life and mind arise from inanimate matter on Earth? Science and religion have a common interest in the answers to such questions, yet many scientists and believers have been at odds for centuries. The author and contributors present a program for moving beyond the vastly different perspectives of reality offered by science and religion. Historical proofs for the existence of God are considered in light of the possibility that the universe may be only one in an eternal multiverse that contains an infinite number of other universes. Readers will find a modification of St. Augustine’s Argument from Truth for the existence of the necessary, self-sufficient being commonly referred to as God. This book is suited to all with an interest in the crossing points of science and religion, providing much food for thought and reflection. If in the end, you cannot accede to philosophy’s proofs, or theism’s invitation to faith, perhaps you will nevertheless say ‘yes’ to the amazing universe in which we live.

Science Discovers God

Ariel A. Roth, scientist and Christian believer, examines key issues related to the God question: * the intricate organization of matter in the universe * the precision of the forces of physics * the complexity of the eye and the brain * ...

Science Discovers God

Author: Ariel A. Roth

Publisher: Autumn House Publishing

ISBN: 0812704487

Page: 251

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Does God exist? Did a Master Designer create our universe, or did life spontaneously evolve? Can science retain objectivity in the search for truth while allowing for the possibility that God exists? Does it make any difference? Ariel A. Roth, scientist and Christian believer, examines key issues related to the God question: * the intricate organization of matter in the universe * the precision of the forces of physics * the complexity of the eye and the brain * the elaborate genetic code * the disparity between the fossil record and the vast amount of time necessary for evolution Faced with so much evidence that seems to require a God in order to explain what we find in nature, why does the scientific community remain silent about God? Hypotheses and speculations that attempt to fit data into a predetermined conclusion abound. What overriding influence prevents scientists from following the data of nature wherever it may lead?

The God Science

From the age of ten when he first developed a deep attraction to the unknown things of the universe, Joshua Livingston began to study the Bibles book of Revelation.

The God Science

Author: Joshua Jamil Livingston

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 1491767421

Page: 66

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From the age of ten when he first developed a deep attraction to the unknown things of the universe, Joshua Livingston began to study the Bible’s book of Revelation. Intrigued by the correlation between the Bible’s predictions and current world events, Livingston embarked on a spiritual and scientific journey that eventually led him to the truths he shares in his guidebook to inspire others to live godly lives while still attaining financial goals and having fun. While on a determined quest to find answers to his introspective questions, Livingston tested scripture for several years, ultimately learning how to identify the behaviors and thinking patterns that can lead to spiritual, social, and financial fulfillment. With that in mind, he shares principles, thinking techniques, and applicable scriptures that will help eradicate negative thinking; inspire love, strength, and confidence; and encourage a newfound interest in the truth. The God Science provides faith-filled guidance on how to manifest harmony, earn respect, and live a happy and fulfilled life.

Men of Science Men of God

In Men of Science, Men of God, Dr. Henry Morris presents 101 biographies and Christian testimonies of scientists who believed in the Bible and in a personal Creator God - scientists who were pioneers and "founding fathers" of modern ...

Men of Science  Men of God

Author: Henry Morris

Publisher: New Leaf Publishing Group

ISBN: 1614582777

Page: 110

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One of the most serious fallacies today is the belief that genuine scientists cannot believe the Bible. BUT THE TRUTH IS that many of the major scientific contributions were made by scientists who were dedicated men of God. In Men of Science, Men of God, Dr. Henry Morris presents 101 biographies and Christian testimonies of scientists who believed in the Bible and in a personal Creator God - scientists who were pioneers and "founding fathers" of modern scientific disciplines.

Quantum Leap

Quantum Leap uses key events in the life of Polkinghorne to introduce the central ideas that make science and religion such a fascinating field of investigation.

Quantum Leap

Author: Dean Nelson

Publisher: Monarch Books

ISBN: 185424972X

Page: 192

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Quantum Leap uses key events in the life of Polkinghorne to introduce the central ideas that make science and religion such a fascinating field of investigation. Sir John Polkinghorne is a British particle physicist who, after 25 years of research and discovery in academia, resigned his post to become an Anglican priest and theologian. He was a professor of mathematical physics at Cambridge University, and was elected to the Royal Society in 1974. As a physicist he participated in the research that led to the discovery of the quark, the smallest known particle. This cheerful biography-cum-appraisal of his life and work uses Polkinghorne's story to approach some of the most important questions: a scientist's view of God; why we pray, and what we expect; does the universe have a point?; moral and scientific laws; what happens next?

God Science and the Universe

Religion today is undergoing a radical transformation that is affecting all aspects of our lives. This book presents a synthesis between traditional values and our changing understanding of the universe.

God  Science and the Universe

Author: John Swanson

Publisher: Strategic Book Publishing

ISBN: 1609112156

Page: 444

View: 231

No religion that claims to be relevant in today's world can ignore the truths that science teaches us. Nor can it ignore the spiritual values and teachings of past generations. The deep religious heritage of humanity is like a pirate's buried treasure chest. The ancient chest decays into rotten wood and rusty iron, but the precious jewels inside remain as fresh as the day they were buried. They need only to be reclaimed and then placed in a fresh container. The same is true for our religious heritage. Religion today is undergoing a radical transformation that is affecting all aspects of our lives. This book presents a synthesis between traditional values and our changing understanding of the universe. We live in an age of science and technology that profoundly affects the way we see things. God, Science and the Universe presents the outline for a new faith grounded in the natural world.

Where God and Science Meet The neurology of religious experience

Experts discuss aspects of the relationship between religion and neuroscience, examining topics such as neuroimaging studies of religious experience, the frontal lobes and religion's evolution, temporal lobe epilepsy, and ritual performance ...

Where God and Science Meet  The neurology of religious experience

Author: Patrick McNamara

Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group

ISBN: 9780275987909

Page: 288

View: 266

Experts discuss aspects of the relationship between religion and neuroscience, examining topics such as neuroimaging studies of religious experience, the frontal lobes and religion's evolution, temporal lobe epilepsy, and ritual performance.

The Popular Science Monthly

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From Science to God

A former student of Stephen Hawking integrates his knowledge of science with his experience of meditation, tracing the integral links between the two and explaining how they can transform our perspective on ourselves, the universe, ...

From Science to God

Author: Peter Russell

Publisher: New World Library

ISBN: 1577314948

Page: 129

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A former student of Stephen Hawking integrates his knowledge of science with his experience of meditation, tracing the integral links between the two and explaining how they can transform our perspective on ourselves, the universe, spiritual practice, and God.

Science and Providence

Encouraging the belief that there is a compatibility between the insights of science and the insights of religion, this book, previously published in the United Kingdom, focuses on the viewpoint that the world is one in which both human ...

Science and Providence

Author: John C. Polkinghorne

Publisher: Templeton Foundation Press

ISBN: 1599470845

Page: 140

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Internationally renowned priest-scientist Dr. John C. Polkinghorne examines whether a personal, interacting God is a credible concept in today's scientific age. Encouraging the belief that there is a compatibility between the insights of science and the insights of religion, this book, previously published in the United Kingdom, focuses on the viewpoint that the world is one in which both human beings and God have the freedom to act. A modern understanding of the physical world is applied to questions of prayer and providence, such as: Do miracles happen? Can prayer change anything? Why does evil exist? Why does God allow suffering? Why does God need us to ask him? God's involvement in time is considered, from both a temporal and an eternal perspective. The roles of incarnation and sacrament are discussed in terms of whether or not they have a credible place in today's worldview. And the Final Anthropic Principle (FAP) is presented, with its attempt at a physical eschatology, showing it to be an inadequate basis for hope. Real hope can reside only with God, Polkinghorne concludes.

Where God and Science Meet The psychology of religious experience

Understanding why this is the case could help explain other intangible events, such as altered states of consciousness, possession, supposed alien visitations, near-death experiences and out-of-body events.

Where God and Science Meet  The psychology of religious experience

Author: Patrick McNamara

Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group

ISBN: 9780275987916

Page: 328

View: 751

In this far-reaching and novel work, experts from across the nation and around the world present evolutionary, neuroscientific and psychological approaches to explaining and exploring religion, including the newest findings and evidence that have spurred the fledgling field of neurotheology. Spiritual practices, or awakenings, have an impact on brain, mind and personality. These changes are being scientifically predicted and proven. For example, studies show Buddhist priests and Franciscan nuns at the peak of religious feelings show a functional change in the lobes of their brain. Similar processes have been found in people with epilepsy, which Hippocrates called "the sacred disease." New research is showing that, not only does a person's brain activity change in particular areas while that person is experiencing religion epiphany, but that such events can be created for some people, even self-professed atheists, by stimulating various parts of the brain. It is not the goal of neurotheology to prove or disprove the existence of God, but to understand the biology of spiritual experiences. Such experiences seem to exist outside of time and space--caused by the brain losing its perception of a boundary between physical body and outside world. Understanding why this is the case could help explain other intangible events, such as altered states of consciousness, possession, supposed alien visitations, near-death experiences and out-of-body events. Understanding how and why these abilities evolved in the brain could also help us understand how religion contributes to the survival of the human race.