"Non Nobis, Domine, from the author of The Axioms of Being and the Renaissance of the Templars…
… Religion and spirituality have been portrayed as products of superstition and fear of the unknown. The tenets of religion are considered to be the antithesis of science. Science, on the other hand, is knowledge verified in experience, i.e. knowledge that passed the rigid test of the scientific method.
But both science and religion rely on faith. Science bases its inquiry on fundamental axioms considered to be self-evident, which are, therefore, statements of faith. And religion relies almost exclusively on faith; its dogmas are eternal truths of the spirit that must be accepted, even if they can’t be verified in experience.
This book is about the Postulate of Faith and its application in science and spirituality. Science and religion no longer have to be mortal enemies… as long as they hold on to their respective methods of searching for the truth…
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Published May 18, 2006
Science & Math, Law & Philosophy, Professional & Technical.