Item description for Spiritual Evolution: Scientists Discuss Their Beliefs by John Marks Templeton & Kenneth Seeman Giniger...
Overview Spiritual Evolution: Scientists Discuss Their Beliefs describes the intellectual and emotional journeys traveled by esteemed scientists worldwide. Authors share the personal steps they have taken to blend an understanding of the Divine with their scientific perspectives. Charles Birch, S. Jocelyn Bell Burnell, Larry Dossey, Owen Gingerich, Peter E. Hodgson, Stanley L. Jaki, Arthur Peacocke, John Polkinghorne, Russell Stannard, and Carl Friedrich von Weizsacker offer accounts of their spirituality and scientific inquiry. Noting the impact of religious upbringing, academic and spiritual mentors, personal devotional practice, and study, these authors make a compelling case for the blending of both scientific and spiritual worlds. They share insights that keep them attending church, engaging in prayer, and continuing the search to understand the Infinite.
Publishers Description Spiritual Evolution describes the intellectual and emotional journeys of scientists who offer accounts of their spirituality and scientific inquiry.
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Studio: Templeton Foundation Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.29" Width: 6.26" Height: 0.74" Weight: 0.97 lbs.
Release Date Jul 1, 1998
Publisher Templeton Foundation Press
ISBN 1890151165 ISBN13 9781890151164
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More About John Marks Templeton & Kenneth Seeman Giniger
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