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A Scientific Inquiry into the Nature of God, the Spiritual, and Near Death…

by Stephen Blaha

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0972079521, Paperback)

Who is God? What is His nature? Is there a scientific approach to understanding God? Can we apply modern scientific thinking to God in the same way that theologians apply classical reasoning to God? Are there spiritual phenomena? Can we rationally analyze them? How do we interpret the apparently spiritual nature of Near Death Experiences? Can we explain how a blind person undergoing a Near Death Experience "sees" the operating table with his/her mind and can describe the people there afterwards?

All of these questions are addressed in a clear straightforward way in this well-written book. A profound book that will appeal to thoughtful readers. This book is a compact, and revised, version of The Reluctant Prophets by the same author with some science chapters omitted.

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