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Overview This new collection of essays reveals how very little we know about God and fundamental spiritual principles. In recent years, scientific research has revealed that the universe is staggering in size and intricacy, and some scientists are now suggesting that our definition of God is much too small. Edited by philanthropist John Marks Templeton, this fascinating and challenging book continues the exploration of theological and philosophical implications of the momentous and accelerating scientific discoveries of our times.
Publishers Description Nine distinguished scholars present varied v iews on the size of God inasmuch as it is possible to make s uch a conjecture. Concurring with modern scientific thought on the utter vastness of the universe they explore the limit s of reality. '
Citations And Professional Reviews How Large is God?: The Voices of Scientists and Theologians by John Marks Templeton has been reviewed by professional book reviewers and journalists at the following establishments -
Publishers Weekly - 11/10/1997 page 69
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Studio: Templeton Foundation Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.31" Width: 6.29" Height: 0.94" Weight: 1.37 lbs.
Release Date Dec 1, 1997
Publisher Templeton Foundation Press
ISBN 1890151017 ISBN13 9781890151010
Availability 0 units.
More About John Marks Templeton
Rebekah Alezander Dunlap is a retired Unity minister and author of numerous books on spirituality. Sir John Templeton was born in Winchester, Tennessee, went to Yale, and then to Oxford as a Rhodes Scholar. He is known for his astute investment skills on Wall Street and through the Templeton Mutual Funds. In 1987 he founded the John Templeton Foundation, and he currently funds the Templeton Prize for Progress in Religion