The Big Bang and the Holy Trinity Paul Cobb

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The Big Bang and the Holy Trinity  by  Paul Cobb

The Big Bang and the Holy Trinity by Paul Cobb
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Science and Christianity combine their efforts in this short book to provide an expanded perspective of the creation of the universe. Viewing these spheres of enquiry as separate, or even conflicting, denies us access to a true vision of theMoreScience and Christianity combine their efforts in this short book to provide an expanded perspective of the creation of the universe.

Viewing these spheres of enquiry as separate, or even conflicting, denies us access to a true vision of the greatness of creation, and, indeed, the importance of humankind in the process of on-going creation.Religious and philosophical enquiry was on the case before natural science came along fairly late-in-the-day, but, rather than supersede ancient wisdom, science sharpens our understanding of millennia of human insight into the origins and purpose of Life, the universe and everything..The science in the book is a potted history of all of the major lines of enquiry, including cosmology- particle physics- evolution and genetics- and information technology.

It is simply explained to show religious people that science is to be valued and not feared, and to help people who approach the big questions from a scientific point of view to take a broader view of the picture that science is revealing.Similarly, the religious content and philosophy in this book is stripped of its jargon and presented logically using the framework of the Christian doctrine of the Holy Trinity as a description of the nature of the creator of the universe. It is hoped that this will de-mythologise Christian thought for the scientist and help Christians to bring their faith up-to-date with human understanding.The doctrine of the Holy Trinity is the central tenet of the Christian faith, but it is also the most misunderstood outside, and dare I say inside, the Christian Church.

Science gives new insights into this revelation of the nature of God.The book is not just intended to offer a scientific backdrop for the person of faith and an argument to the scientist that religion is a respectable field of enquiry. It is hoped that it will help demolish false boundaries in human enquiry to the benefit of all who trouble themselves with a philosophy of life. (I avoided the word holistic all through the book, so Im not going to start using it now!)But where is it all going?This book reaches some stunning conclusions on the relationship between humankind and the creator- the future of creation- and the reason for the whole shebang in the first place!Creation occurs at the boundary of oblivion, and this is where the human race has always stood.

If we are to remain on the right side of this boundary, then we must learn to live with opportunities and dangers of on-going human creativity.The author has been a career scientist and is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry. He is a practising lay minister in the Church of England.



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