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Experimenting with Truth - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780080258201, 9781483146966

Experimenting with Truth

1st Edition

The Fusion of Religion with Technology, Needed for Humanity's Survival

Author: Rustum Roy
eBook ISBN: 9781483146966
Imprint: Pergamon
Published Date: 1st January 1981
Page Count: 216
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Experimenting with Truth: The Fusion of Religion with Technology, Needed for Humanity's Survival presents the insights of the mutually reinforcing aspects of the Christian faith and modern science. The book is composed of only three chapters and begins with an explanation of the technology's need for religion's hegemony. Chapter 2 attempts to show that science-based technology and religion share a common belief in the nature of the most fundamental reality. The last chapter details the most accurate, multidimensional picture or sculpture of reality.

Table of Contents

1. Technology's Need for Religion's Hegemony

1.0 A Synoptic Introduction

1.1 The Modern Context, Dominated by Science and Technology

1.2 Good News: Present Shock: Coming Relief

1.3 Emergence of International Technology as the World Power and Philosophy

1.4 The Bad News: Probability of Calamity

1.5 Differing Public Responses to the Present Situation

1.6 A Christian Way: A Strong Hand on the Tiller and a Good Compass

2. Reality: Where Religion and Science Meet as Equals

2.0 Synopsis

2.1 A New Approach to the Problems of "God Language"

2.2 The Goal: A Credible Science-Reinforced Theology

2.3 How Humans Learn about Reality

2.4 Finding through Reality

2.5 Forming Our Image of Reality: Multidirectional, Multispectral, Multifocal

2.6 Our Many Selves and How They Perceive Nature and Society

2.7 Reality Viewed by Our Many Selves

2.8 The Dis-Integrated Views of the Selves

2.9 The Human Cyclops: Integrating Similar Signals

2.10 The Brahma Posture: Universal Integration

2.11 Completing a Contemporary Sculpture of Reality

2.12 Science and Religion: A Clarified Complementarity

2.13 Needed: A Set of Instructions, a Zoom Lens, and an Experimental Attitude

3. Experimenting with Truth: Doing Theology

3.0 Through Reality to

3.1 Transcending Reality: Who Says There Is a Beyond?

3.2 Approaching Limitations Imposed by our Humanity

3.3 Finding Translucency of the Personal Dimension

3.4 Holism as the Precondition to Relating to

3.5 Doing the Truth: Humanity Relates to

3.6 Reality Theology: Retrospect and Prospect




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