Saturday, May 27, 2006

Science and religion. A scientist's view

In his new book, "God and Science Among the Infinities," Dr. Richard Coren considers the origin of religious belief and its status in our increasingly science-driven world.

He challenges our understandings of theology, science, and technology, while investigating the features which tie them together or that illuminate their differences.

Employing the simple theories of systems and of infinities, he penetratingly analyzes classical examples from our understandings of the theology of God and of various fields of science, and establishes limits on both.

Thought- provoking and original Professor Coren’s book shows how God and science coexist in the modern mind. This book is the beginning of a science of religion; it can no longer be claimed that science has nothing to say about God.

This is an important result for theologians, scientists, believers, and skeptics.For more information or to request a free review copy please contact the author at coren10 @

God and Science Among the Infinities is available for sale online at,,, and through additional wholesale and retail channels worldwide.About the AuthorRichard Coren is an Emeritus Engineering Professor at Drexel University.

He received his Bachelors degree from the City College of New York, in 1954, and his M.S. and Ph.D. degrees, all in physics, from the Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn. His specialty research areas are magnetism and electromagnetism and he has published 70 professional research papers.

More recently he has been conducting research in the cybernetic theory of evolution. He is the author of three books.

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