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Spiritual Evolution: How Science Redefines Our Existence

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Where Science Meets SpiritualismSpiritual Evolution: How Science Redefines Our Existence seeks to create a model for spiritual existence that incorporates the most profound scientific discoveries of the last 100 years. Part I helps guide you through traditional dogma and open up to possibilities far beyond what we currently know. Part II takes you through a journey of scie ...more
Hardcover, 216 pages
Published November 1st 2011 by Authorhouse
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Jenn (Booksessed)
I normally try to steer clear of anything dealing with religion. It’s not my cup of tea. However, I thought that the synopsis for this book was just too interesting to pass up, especially the “seeing outside the box” part.

What I liked most about this book was that it doesn’t tear any one religion down, but it does impress upon the idea that not only is it okay to question what you’ve been taught, it is encouraged. The idea being that if your beliefs can stand up to whatever questioning or doubt
Jim rated it it was amazing
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