Handywork of the Trinity: The Structure, Forces, and Meaning of Reality

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iUniverse, 2002 - 124 pages
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It has been said that if you want to know what God is like, then look at the creation. This intriguing thesis will be examined.

The numerous discoveries of science are like a picture puzzle scattered far and wide. Yet, if the physical, social, and philosophical sciences are considered in overview, the puzzle pieces are seen to interlock with wonderful clarity. From the smallest to the largest components, relationships, and concepts, they are readily classified in units of three. This structuring of reality is so pervasive at every level, that it boggles the imagination.

This book explains in detail how the triadic design of nature is best understood as the unique Handiwork of the Trinity.

 

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Contents

Those Quirky Quarks
1
Nuclear Physics Lite
7
Haven of Life
13
The Triadic Universe
19
The Great Unknown
25
Universal Longing
30
Come to the Table
35
Let Us Create
39
A Conclusion with Satisfaction
63
Trinities to Infinity
67
Afterword
69
Three Trees
71
Hanging In The Balance
83
Immigration to Heaven
89
Parable of the Doctor
91
Scripture References
95

The Shema
44
We Will Come
49
Father and Son
54
I Was Dead
58
Glossary
99
Bibliography
107
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