Unlocking the MysteriesWhich holds the key--science or religion?
of the Universe
Or could we be asking the wrong question? Perhaps neither is equipped to satisfy fully our drive to understand the universe around us, and the key lies hidden in the shadow–a not-so-mysterious gap–between the two. Come explore for yourself–and discover the insights gained by understanding what science and religion have in common, not how they differ.
And find the key to unlocking the mysteries of the universe!
How do I get a copy?
Exploring the Gap can now be ordered through any independent book store or through online sources. When ordering, ISBN numbers:
You can also order direct from me and get an autographed copy.
See "Available at" for online and bookstore resources.
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Endorsements:It's like sitting down and talking to you, only in book form. Thank you so much for writing it.
Connie Jaeger, Lakewood Colorado.
have read your book and it is a hero’s journey -- you are the
making the accounted personal, you have made this complex topic
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A variety of audiences express interest in the topic, so I have developed a marketing plan to reach them.
How is my approach different?
I have found that current literature in this area look at the topic from either a primarily scientific viewpoint or a primarily religious viewpoint; each looking at the other through the lens of their respective bias. People with a scientific viewpoint try to prove that God either exists or does not exist using the "test to truth" used by science.
Those with a religious viewpoint usually use faith as the starting point, then filter all observations through the "given" of faith.
I approach the topic by first examining the gap between the two perspectives, which is our human nature as "definer". I then look at science and religion through this lens to examine what each of them is "doing" when they go about their repsective endeavors.
While exploring this gap, I discovered insights regarding the nature of people, our observation of the world around us, and our definition of God.
See Key Concepts.