Item description for Reflections On The Nature Of God by Michael Reagan & Martin E. Marty...
Overview Exhilarating, provocative, and inspiring, the photographs and reflections in "Reflections on the Nature of God" clarify why scientists are considering the spiritual in their exploration of the universe.
Publishers Description The quotations add depth and insights into the nature of existence, creation and our relationship with our creator.
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Studio: Templeton Foundation Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.8" Width: 8.6" Height: 0.55" Weight: 1.05 lbs.
Release Date Oct 1, 2004
Publisher Templeton Foundation Press
ISBN 1932031693 ISBN13 9781932031690
Availability 0 units.
More About Michael Reagan & Martin E. Marty
Michael Reagan is the president and founder of Lionheart Books. Before that, he was the head of Turner Publishing, where he was responsible for a number of bestsellers such as "Moonshot, Dinotopia, "and "Lady Cottington s Pressed Fairy Book. "He is a graduate of Georgia State University. He and his wife live in Atlanta, Georgia, with their three children.Sharon Begley is an editor at "Newsweek "magazine and was previously the science editor of the "Wall Street Journal. "She has won the Aviation/Space Writer s Association Premier Award, a Global Award for Media Excellence, and the Educational Press Association s Distinguished Achievement Award."
Reviews - What do customers think about Reflections On The Nature Of God?
Space photos accompanied by a rich selection of quotes Mar 28, 2006
Another in the series featuring photos of stars and galaxies, mostly from the Hubble space telescope, with a rich selection of quotes from scientists, poets, authors and others who have been touched by an awareness of the vastness of spiritual dimensions.
"Divinity is not playful. The universe was not made in jest but in solemn and incomprehensible earnest. By a power that is unfathomably secret, and holy, and fleet. there is nothing to be done about it, but ignore it, or see. --Annie Dillard, Pilgrim at Tinker Creek"
A book that evidence the miracle of the nature in words and pictures... Aug 21, 2005
I went to the book store yesterday and picked up this book for my own viewing pleasure. The words are very inspiring and I am so drawn to the pictures at the same time. The pictures are evidence about the nature - animals, plants, the stars, the universe, etc. The pictures are so delicate and so vivid, with loving, kind and gentle words behind.
What a way to create some peaceful moment when you just had a hectic day. I will highly recommend reading this book with the little ones too. This book gives reader/viewers a sense of wonder about the loving nature. Books like this is a true reflection of nature... through the eyes of pure love and compassion.