Beyond God

Beyond God

A scientist's search for the meaning of life in the 21st century

A scientist’s decade-long journey through Eastern and Western philosophy and religion inspired by the dramatic changes in modern science.


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Beyond God is the product of a scientist’s decade-long journey through Eastern and Western philosophy and religion inspired by the dramatic changes in modern science. Beginning from the perspective of secular Western atheism and believing the world is largely as we see it, the author considers the nature of reality more deeply: what science really tells us, what that means for religion and philosophy, and what that implies for how we choose to live. The result is an exploration of the key ideas in religion and philosophy that are compatible with recent scientific developments, which form the basis for a synthesis of Eastern and Western thought on the path to happiness. Beyond God considers the purpose of existence, what science really means for our view of the ‘meaning of life’, and how we should live it.

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“Beyond God: A Scientist's Search For the Meaning of Life in the 21st Century” by Emmanuel Papadakis (Iff Books) — After earning a biochemistry degree, this British author, now a pharmaceutical equity analyst, realized he “had no idea of life's real purpose” and “had made no real effort to discover if there might be one,” he writes at beyondgod.co.uk. That realization prompted a decade-long exploration — while he earned a doctorate in cardiovascular gene therapy — of “every major religion and philosophy ... to understand what teachings they contained that could be reconciled with modern scientific understanding.” He calls the book “a distillation of that journey” — his own take on what's most useful for guiding one's life. His account of finding commonalities among the secular Western perspective with which he began and the Western and Eastern religions and philosophies he explored provides readers interested in matters beyond today's headlines with plenty of food for thought. Read more: http://triblive.com/opinion/pagebooks/4570428-74/obama-barack-impeachable#ixzz2cycjTmCr ~ Alan Wallace, Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Emmanuel Papadakis
Emmanuel Papadakis Emmanuel holds a biochemistry degree from Imperial College London and PhD in cardiovascular genetics from Bristol University. After several ...
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