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Creation Ex Nihilo: Thoughts on Science, Divine Providence, Free Will, and Faith in the Perspective of My Own Experiences

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A book by Benjamin Fain

"This is a breath of fresh air in the domain of the philosophy of science; it awakens renewed thought in all the subjects the book deals with. I am full of satisfaction at the many hours that I invested in reading it, and at the intellectual illumination … see full wiki

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Author: Benjamin Fain
Publisher: Gefen Publishing House
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review by . April 02, 2011
posted in Supercontents
Where does Divine Revelation intersect with the physics of this universe ?
This review is from: Creation Ex Nihilo: Thoughts on Science, Divine Providence, Free Will, and Faith in the Perspective of My Own Experiences (Hardcover) Dr. Benjamin Fain is extremely knowledgeable in science, as well   as liberals arts areas; such as, philosophy, sociology, logic and   theology. This work seeks to integrate the arts and sciences in a   multi-disciplinary fashion.      The author begins with some theological views. For instance,   …
review by . September 16, 2007
Creation Ex Nihilo
Dr. Benjamin Fain is extremely knowledgeable in science, as well   as liberal arts areas; such as, philosophy, sociology, logic and   theology. This work seeks to integrate the arts and sciences in a   multi-disciplinary fashion.      The author begins with some theological views. For instance,   the Torah describes the plan and design of our world. Matter is   our world; whereas, light derives from G-d. The Big Bang theory   …
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