The Anatomy Of God: The Source
?The search for the ?one?, for the ultimate source of all understanding, has doubtless played a similar role in the origin of both religion and science.? ? Werner Heisenberg (1901-1976), Nobel Prize winner for physics
As a teenager, I first began engaging intellectually with the world with the philosophy sections of bookstores and libraries, avidly inspecting books for pearls of wisdom. If a philosopher dared to mention spirituality or God, I would consider the book misplaced and not relevant to my philosophical questions. I was, for some time, an avid atheist, embracing the modern scientific and philosophical trend that has become quite pervasive.
My how things change.
I have realized in my own personal journey that examinations of God and spirituality are part and parcel of philosophy, if we define philosophy as the broad endeavor to understand the universe and our place in it. There are many functions of…
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