Weaving the Cosmos
Science, Religion and Ecology
Using ecology to unite science and religion, healing ourselves, our society and the planet.
How can we humans flourish without producing global disasters? Why do we so often make a mess of things? Does religion make things better or worse? Would we be better off relying more on science instead?
Weaving the Cosmos opens a new window of understanding on these crucial questions, explaining how religion and science correspond to two strands from which the universe, as well as the human mind, is woven. For humans to flourish these two aspects of our mind need to be integrated.
This book traces our struggles to do this in the past, and shows how the emergence of modern Ecology now gives us a unique opportunity for unifying science and religion. As the story unfolds, the historical account is interwoven with the authors own experiences of learning the principles through which we can bring about this integration in ourselves and in society.
The final chapter surveys the many changes now taking place which give us hope that a transformation can be achieved, leading us from our dysfunctional past to a future in which we can be truly human, in harmony with the earth.
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