Friday, January 16, 2015

Free Thought, Faith, and Science: Finding Unity Through Seeking Truth

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This book is about thought—not the basic thought that we use to determine what to eat or wear or buy—but the Free Thought we use to make personal choices about the higher things of life: faith or unbelief, justice, morality, and the development and use of our creativity. Free Thought can have any outcome, including unbelief or faith, which is defined here as personal belief and trust in God, not as a religious affiliation.

Free Thought is founded on free will. Everyone is a unique combination of a material body-mind and a spiritual soul. Free Thought is the integrated and iterative processing of information from the material and spiritual realms, in one or more common nonmaterial formats, across a mind-soul interface. Through our Free Thought, God and the spiritual force for evil change us and we change the material realm. All truthful spiritual insights and truthful disclosures through mathematics and science come from God, and it is through faith and science that we approach one whole body of truth.

Free Thought, Faith, and Science includes definitions of terms, summaries of the author’s beliefs and background, a literature review, and a questionnaire for readers. It’s a comprehensive and thought-provoking book that will contribute to bringing more believers and nonbelievers together in an expansion of the faith-science quest for truth.

About the Author

Dr. Roger Pullin is a marine biologist, an associate member of Christians in Science and the Society of Ordained Scientists, a member of the Science and Religion Forum, and a member and former elder of the Union Church of Manila. He resides in Makati City, Philippines, and calls the Isle of Man home.
Interesting read on the two perspectives.  I am not of the scientology faith. But I very much enjoyed this quick read.
  • File Size: 1058 KB
  • Print Length: 429 pages
  • Publisher: Outskirts Press, Inc. (October 9, 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.

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