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God Is Not Dead [Hardcover]

Amit Goswami
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April 4 2008 1571745637 978-1571745637
God Is Not Dead is a fascinating guided tour of quantum physics, consciousness, and the existence and experience of God. University of Oregon physics professor Amit Goswami shows readers that God's existence can be found in clues that the science of quantum physics reveals.
Goswami helps readers to break through their "materialistic conditioning," viewing reality as defined by Newtonian physics, to become free through a quantum understanding and experience of consciousness and God. In fact, God Is Not Dead argues for a "quantum activism," leading a balanced life that incorporates both the quantum and material worlds and an experience of consciousness.
God Is Not Dead will change how readers think and experience the nature of reality, the existence of souls, the power of dreams, the universality of love, the possibility of ESP, and the very mind of God.

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"Goswami is a pioneering frontier scientist and "quantum activist" who, perhaps more than anyone else, has helped advance the quantum revolution in society through his popular writings. In his latest book, God Is Not Dead, he shows how quantum reasoning may resolve deep mysteries, including the nature of God, evolution, dowsing, the vital force, the soul, creativity, and more. For anyone grappling with the interrelationship of mind, matter, and divinity, this book will offer much new food for thought." --Beverly Rubik, PhD, Biophysicist, Institute for Frontier Science, Adjunct Professor, Saybrook

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Amit Goswami is professor emeritus of physics at the University of Oregon where he taught for 30 years. He was featured in the hit movie What the Bleep? and in Who?s Driving the Dream Bus? He is the author of seven books, including The Self-Aware Universe.

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4.0 out of 5 stars God Is Alive! March 9 2009
I didn't read this book to prove to me that there is a Divine Intelligence operating in this world. I have had enough miracles occur in my life to prove that fact to me, and I even wrote my own book on the subject. However, I was intrigued by the idea of having my beliefs corroborated by real scientific evidence. And this book seems to do just that. I say "seems to," because there was just a little bit too much technical jargon in this book for me, so it was sometimes difficult for me to completely comprehend what the author was saying. Overall, though, the evidence seemed fairly clear and convincing, and I appreciate the author's thoroughness.

Steven Lane Taylor, author of Row, Row, Row Your Boat: A Guide for Living Life in the Divine Flow
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4.0 out of 5 stars God is not Dead Jan. 9 2012
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Quantum Consciousness is a perspective that needs to be further explored. Goswami has indeed made an dent on modern materialism. His view of God as downward causation through the supramental is also shared by Original Islam. Supramental Consciousness is contained within Islam and this concept is described metaphorically as manifold energy in the Quran. Goswami would have done a much better job if he had compared his model with that of an Islamic one in which a tangled heriarchy is much more "visible" instead of the Christian Deity who is considered as Immanent. It would be worth his while to read the forthcoming paradigm-shifting book entitled: Sense & Sensibility in Islam.
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