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Recommended reading for the exploration of a new cosmology where science and spirituality take a grounded and practical expression on human behavior and vision nature.
I wish audible included more titles by Matthew Fox.
11 of 11 people found this review helpful
I am a big fan of Rupert Sheldrake, just wish the excerpts from historical sources were not so long.
8 of 8 people found this review helpful
Loved how they presented this book, very well considered. Clever interpretation of physics, which creates a believable argument. A must read for anyone who has read The Field by linda mctaggart and anyone interested in the idea of god and angels.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful
After being impressed by Sheldrake's measured, well-thought-out book 'The Science Delusion' I thought I'd give this a go. What a mistake. Pseudo-religious claptrap batted back and forth, most of it making no sense whatsoever, all couched in a framework of unconditional belief in the unutterably absurd. This book has no redeeming aspects whatsoever, it is appalling.
4 of 14 people found this review helpful
I was really looking forward to hearing this book and it's a good book but the narration lets it down. I have herd Rupert and Mathew talk on this subject on New Dimensions radio and they a great together. This narrator is clearly a pro and all things considered, he's great but please please get the authors to do it!
What I appreciate about Rupert is his simple lack of any particular belief. This is refreshing, and I think this is why he can so easily explore the "apparent" opposition between science/reason and spirit. Rupert appears to free of the need to be right, and instead returns to questions and enquiry as a substitute to fixed beliefs.
Get the Science delusion!
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