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The Physics of Angels: Exploring the Realm Where Science and Spirit Meet (Anglais) Broché – 18 novembre 1996

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Finally, a real angel book without the New Age pap! 21 octobre 1999
Par Crystal Di'anno - Publié sur
Format: Broché
If you, like me, believe that angels exist but are sick to death of mass-market New Age pablum books on angels, this book is for you. A highly respected theologian (Fox) and an equally respected biologist (Sheldrake) talk about science, nature, and angels, both the good and the bad. I think even an agnostic or skeptic would enjoy this book.
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Par Steven H Propp - Publié sur
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Matthew Fox (born 1940) is a theologian and bestselling advocate of "Creation Spirituality." He became a Catholic priest of the Dominican order, but was removed in 1992, and has subsequently become an Episcopalian priest. He has published an autobiography, Confessions: The Making of a Post-Denominational Priest. Rupert Sheldrake (born 1942) is an English biochemist and plant physiologist, perhaps best-known for his theory of "morphic resonance" that was proposed in his book A New Science of Life. They have also jointly written the book Natural Grace: Dialogues on creation, darkness, and the soul in spirituality and science.

They state in the Preface of this 1996 book, "It may seem unlikely that a scientist and a theologian would sit down at the end of the twentieth century to discuss angels. Both disciplines at the end of the modern era appear equally embarrassed by this subject. Nevertheless, although angels have been ignored by the scientific and theological establishments, recent surveys have shown that many people still believe in them... We are entering a new phase of both science and theology, and the subject of angels becomes surprisingly relevant again."

Here are some representative quotations from the book:

MF: "For theologians it became an embarrassment for three hundred years even to mention angels. But angels are mentioned throughout the Bible. Whenever you talk about cosmology, the angels come out."
MF: "We should put up a sign: ANGELS NEEDED. There's plenty of work for angels in a period of interconnectivity."
MF: "Imagination sets us off from the angels. It shows how we have something they don't have."
MF: "We are a bridge between the material world and the spirit world, and it gets us down. How badly we fail both worlds!"
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Metaphysics 3 juillet 2007
Par Nannette S. Wear - Publié sur
Format: Broché
This was a Very thought provoking book, but I would not expect anything less from Sheldrake and Fox. I highly recommend reading other books by both of these men. They are both "fringe" thinkers but so was Galileo.
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Interesting reading for Angel Amateurs 1 janvier 2015
Par Dwall - Publié sur
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The idea of a guardian angel has always intrigued me and while listening to an an episode of "Ground Zero", Clyde Lewis interviewed Matthew Fox and he sparked an interest in Angelogy for myself both historically, philosophically, and molecularly. Very interesting book in that realm, especially in the connection with Einstein and his quantum theories.
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Par S.F. Campos - Publié sur
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Interesting as a discussion which attempts to link ancient perspectives to current scientific evidence and theories of the nature of the cosmos. Brings up correlations that are definitely worth wondering about. Personally, I don't feel that the book answered every question I continue to hold, but I'm encouraged that it presents evidence that others are questioning and considering possible expanded conceptualizations in the same general direction towards which I've also tended to drift.
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