Belief in God may be life transforming, but it will depend on what lies at the deepest level of our being.
Lynne Renoir began life as a devout Christian, but after many years, she realized that her faith was not working. She sought an explanation for her situation by completing postgraduate degrees in psychology and philosophy and carrying out research in quantum theory. Drawing on the insights that the universe is multidimensional and that everything is ultimately one, Renoir proposes that we, too, are multidimensional beings. She points out that what we believe about anything is generally deemed to be either true or false. This approach in her view is applicable to our everyday three-dimensional reality, but that transformation occurs when what we consciously accept as fact resonates with the oneness that lies at the deepest level of our being.
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God Interrogated is a remarkably broad-ranging and erudite examination of the idea and experience of God, through the lenses of monotheistic religion, Western philosophy and science. It is an important new resource for those who are looking to make sense of God in a historically informed and non-dogmatic way. I can see it being of particular interest to people who are, like myself, from cultures that are rooted in the Christian tradition who are seeking to make sense of how God fits with science and rational philosophy. ~ Dr. Oliver Robinson, Associate Professor of Psychology, University of Greenwich
Lynne Renoir has created an astonishing tour de force, thoroughly exploring attitudes to God from philosophy to theology and even quantum physics. This book will give you a grounding in many areas of human thought and help you with our own inner journey. ~ Dr. Manjir Samanta-Laughton, Author of Punk Science and The Genius Groove