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Title: The Marrigage of Sense and Soul

Submitted by on February 11, 2004 – 12:53 pm No Comment

Author: Ken Wilber
Date: 11-Feb-04

Science and religion have always been considered mutually exclusive concepts, but are they really? Philosopher Ken Wilber shows how we might begin to think about science and religion in ways that allow for their reconciliation, on terms acceptable to both camps. Science is one of the most profound methods humans have devised for devining truth, and religion focuses on discerning meaning. Wilber shows that not only is science compatible with the world’s religions, it is indeed necessary to unite the two. He presents an elegant and accessible program which is breathtaking in its scope – one that cannot fail to change the way you look at your world.

My Thoughts: Really didn’t get this book. Got some glimpses of goodness, but will have to take a closer read to get it fully.

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