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by Brian Hines

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At the farthest reaches of theoretical physics, the line between science and spirituality becomes increasingly blurred. Most books which deal with that blurring line look at spirituality from the standpoint of cutting-edge science- looks at science from the standpoint of cutting-edge spirituality. Brian Hines envisions a time when religion will be less a matter of faith than of direct evidence that ultimate reality is indeed One and nonmaterial. Well-reasoned and insightful this book points toward a new perception of the reality we all share. Brian Hines has a master's degree in social work and two years of doctoral training in Systems Science. He is an initiate of the path of Surat Shabd Yoga (union of soul and spirit) and an avid student of Shotokan Karate.

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