The Physics of God

A Grand Unification of Science and Religion

By Joseph Selbie

Amazon:  The Physics of God: Unifying Quantum Physics, Consciousness, M-Theory, Heaven, Neuroscience and Transcendence

 

Setting aside the pervasive material bias of science and lifting the obscuring fog of religious sectarianism reveals a surprisingly clear unity of science and religion. You’ll find that the explanations of transcendent phenomena given by saints, sages, and near-death experiencers—miracles, immortality, heaven, God, and transcendent awareness—are fully congruent with scientific discoveries in the fields of relativity, quantum physics, medicine, M-theory, neuroscience, and quantum biology.

The Physics of God describes the intersections of science and religion with colorful, easy-to-understand metaphors, making abstruse subjects within both science and religion easily accessible to the layman—no math, no dogma.

The Physics of God:

  • Pulls back the curtain on the light-show illusion we call matter.
  • Connects string theory’s hidden brane worlds to religion’s transcendent heavens.
  • Reveals the scientific secret of life and immortality: quantum biology’s startling discovery that the human body is continuously entangled.
  • Demonstrates the miracle-making power of our minds to effect instantaneous physiological changes.
  • Explains how the intelligent observer effect confirms our high spiritual potential.

Compelling and concise, The Physics of God is a fresh and reader friendly page-turner that will make you believe in the unity of science and religion—and eager to experience the personal transcendence that is the promise of both.

So, if the philosophy of scientific materialism is wrong, can we conclude that God does exist? Does it mean that God is scientifically verifiable? That there is, in fact, a physics of God? Selbie makes a concise and convincing case that there is. He draws from the transcendent testimony of mystics the world over as well as from the findings of string theory, David Bohm’s version of quantum physics, quantum biology, neuroscience, and quantum physics itself to demonstrate that a physics of God is at hand! –Amit Goswami, author of The Self Aware Universe and presenter in the award-winning movie, What the Bleep Do We Know

 

In The Physics of God, Selbie clearly describes why phenomena labeled “transcendent,” “paranormal,” or “spiritual,” are more consistent with a modern scientific understanding of reality than is commonly supposed. A well-written metaphysical journey into an uncertain but perennially fascinating domain. –Dean Radin PhD, Chief Scientist, Institute of Noetic Sciences, author of ​Supernormal​ and Entangled Minds

 

Selbie does an excellent job of dispelling the myth that religion and science are incompatible. His unbiased comparison of the findings of science with the testimony of those who have had profound spiritual experience reveal a clear underlying unity. The Physics of God is clear, simple, and engaging! —Susan Shumsky, award-winning author of Divine RevelationAwaken Your Third Eye, and 12 more books.

 

The Physics of God is the best book on the subject that I have ever read. It is a clear and lucid explanation of the interface between science and spirituality as well as consciousness and matter. Anyone, scientist or layman, will benefit from this marvelous book. –Jyotish Novak, author of How to Meditate and Touch of Light

 

Selbie takes complex scientific subjects, and not only make them easy to understand, but shows us how we can apply them to live a better, fuller, richer life today. He unifies the teachings of the saints, provides a clear context for NDEs, and reveals the spiritual foundation that is hidden in today’s sciences. Selbie paints a beautiful, uplifting and compelling picture of that which is felt by all but strangely unknown to many. This age of great science, made mute by material skepticism, is finally given a voice and a form in The Physics of God. It couldn’t be more timely or timeless. –Walter Cruttenden, author of Lost Star of Myth and Time