Based on the fundamental, profound, and comprehensive principle
of "things are not as they seem," The Physics and Philosophy of the
Bible establishes a paradigm that reattaches philosophy to physics,
bringing it back whence it came while adding theology to the mix.
Author James Frederick Ivey, MD, shows that this mind-set together
with timeless thinking can lead one to new horizons of novel
thinking about ultimate truth and truths.Ivey describes how modern
physics, relativity, and quantum mechanics have revolutionized
thinking about the likelihood of the existence of God and how the
philosophies of Socrates and Plato meld nearly seamlessly with
belief in a single deity and even with Judeo-Christianity.Through a
variety of examples, thoughts from a diversity of authors and
thinkers, and scriptural support, this study discusses Christian
philosophy and apologetics, turning on a few fascinating concepts
such as that of quantum observation in conjunction with God's
method of creation and the derivation of God from all-goodness. It
demonstrates that apologists are close to eliminating the necessity
of having to deal with whether God exists or not.
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