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@FMT:Contents @TOC:Introduction Chapter 1: Personal Journey From Archabbey to Astrophysics Launching a Career Age of Discovery Return of the Astronomer-Priest Chapter 2: Asking Fundamental Questions The God Theory and Creation The God Theory, Karma, and the Golden Rule The God Theory and Reductionism Chapter 3: Explaining Creation Creation by Subtraction Polarity The God Theory and Consciousness Chapter 4: Reductionism and a Spiritual Worldview Superstrings and the Supernatural A Spiritual Worldview No Need for Intelligent Design Chapter 5: Explaining Consciousness Three Views of Consciousness Consciousness and Physiology Opposite Perspectives The Brain as Filter The Primacy of Consciousness ¿There Can Be No Evidence for Something That Is False¿ The Random, Unconscious ¿Just-Right¿ Universe Inflation Theory Chapter 6: The Zero-Point Field The Casimir Force Zeroing in on the Zero-Point Field Chapter 7: Into the Void Deriving Newton¿s Postulate Inertia Inertial Reaction Defending the Theory A Boost from NASA Chapter 8: Following the Light The Light of Creation Kabbalah The Big Bang Chapter 9: God and the Theory of Everything A God Beyond Matter The Manifest God Asking God Ayin Creation as a Timeless Process Atomic Stability and the Universal Timekeeper Chapter 10: An Infinite Number of Universes A Universe of Consciousness Many Worlds and Quantum Mechanics Chapter 11: A Purposeful Universe Exoteric and Esoteric Knowledge The God Theory, Christianity, and Humanism Final Thoughts
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Religion and science.