Cosmos, Bios, Theos: Scientists Reflect on Science, God, and the Origins of the Universe, Life, and Homo Sapiens

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Henry Margenau, Roy Abraham Varghese
Open Court Publishing, 1992 - 285 páginas

"The year's most intriguing book about God was produced not by theologians but by 60 world-class scientists, 24 Nobel Prize-winners among them. Cosmos, Bios, Theos gives their thoughts on the Deity and the origin of the universe and of life on Earth. For instance, the co-editor, Yale physicist Henry Margenau, concludes that there is 'only one convincing answer' for the intricate laws that exist in nature: creation by an omnipotent, omniscient God." --Time

"A most important body of informed opinion that will enlighten, inspire, and strengthen those who, in their quest for answers to questions of ultimate origins, or religious or metaphysical explanations, may look to scientists for inspiration in their personal lives as well as for answers to scientific questions."
--The Science Teacher

 

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Who Arranged for These Laws to Cooperate So Well?
28
How Is It Possible to Exclude Action Coming from
37
What Forces Filled the Universe with Energy Fifteen Billion
45
The Exquisite Order of the Physical World Calls for
51
The Laws of Nature Are Created by God
57
Science Will Never Give Us the Answers to All
64
Religion and Science Both Proceed from Acts of Faith
70
Creation Is Supported by All the Data So Far
78
A Religious Impulse Guides Our Motive in Sustaining
184
It Is Probably Impossible to Explain a Miracle with Physics
193
Life Even in Bacteria Is Too Complex to Have Occurred
202
Religion Is a Concern of the Human Spirit
204
A Deeper Connectivity than the Mechanical Models of
212
Life and Mind in the Universe
218
PART THREE
225
Why the Existence of God Is Not Required to Explain
236

Science Asks What and How While Religion Asks Why
84
There Is a Bohr Complementarity between Science
127
The Hidden Variables of Quantum Mechanics Are Under
133
The Existence of a Creator Represents a Satisfactory
141
The Mechanism of the World and the Why of It 249
149
Response to Flew
239
The Origin of the Universe in Science and Religion
254
Relativity Quantum Theory and the Mystery of Life
270
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