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100 1  Fox, Matthew,|d1940- 
245 14 The physics of angels :|bexploring the realm where science
       and spirit meet|h[Hoopla electronic resource] /|cMatthew 
       Fox and Rupert Sheldrake. 
250    Unabridged. 
264  1 [United States] :|bWetware Media,|c2015. 
264  2 |bMade available through hoopla 
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511 1  Read by Stephen Paul Aulridge Jr.. 
520    What are angels? Many people believe in angels, but few 
       can define these enigmatic spirits. Now visionary 
       theologian Matthew Fox and acclaimed biologist Rupert 
       Sheldrake-pioneers in modern religious thinking and 
       scientific theory-launch a groundbreaking exploration into
       the ancient concept of the angel and restore dignity, 
       meaning, and joy to the time-honored belief in these 
       heavenly beings. Angels constitute one of the most 
       fundamental themes in human spiritual and religious 
       experience. All cultures acknowledge the existence of 
       spirits at levels beyond the human. In the West we call 
       them angels, but they go under different names in other 
       traditions. (Native Americans, for example, call them 
       "spirits.") We are entering a new phase of both science 
       and theology. Fox and Sheldrake explore many significant 
       questions raised by both traditions about the existence 
       and role of consciousness beyond the human level. This 
       dialog between Fox and Sheldrake concentrates on three 
       giants of the Western tradition whose treatment of angels 
       is particularly broad, deep, and influential. They are 
       Dionysius the Areopagite, a Syrian monk whose classic work
       The Celestial Hierarchies was written in the sixth 
       century; Hildegard of Bingen, a German abbess of the 
       twelfth century; and St. Thomas Aquinas, a philosopher-
       theologian of the thirteenth century. Fox and Sheldrake 
       have selected their most important and relevant passages 
       about angels, and each is followed by a discussion 
       exploring their meaning from both a theological and a 
       scientific perspective. Also explored are the fascinating 
       parallels between Thomas Aquinas speaking of angels in the
       Middle Ages and Albert Einstein speaking of photons in 
       this century. Hence the title of this book, The Physics of
       Angels. The exploration of angels in a living cosmos 
       enlivens and enriches both religion and science and 
       contributes to the deepening exploration of consciousness-
       on this planet and beyond. 
538    Mode of access: World Wide Web. 
600 00 Pseudo-Dionysius,|cthe Areopagite. 
600 00 Hildegard,|cSaint,|d1098-1179. 
600 00 Thomas,|cAquinas, Saint,|d1225?-1274. 
650  0 Angels|xChristianity. 
650  0 Angels|xChristianity|xHistory of doctrines. 
650  0 Physics|xReligious aspects|xChristianity. 
650  0 Photons|xMiscellanea. 
700 1  Aulridge Jr., Stephen Paul. 
710 2  hoopla digital. 
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