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New Universe and the Human Future

How a Shared Cosmology Could Transform the World

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        StatementYale University Press
        PublishersYale University Press
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        LC Classifications2011
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        Paginationxvi, 100 p. :
        Number of Pages96
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A Review of The New Universe and the Human Future — The Interfaith Observer

Right behavior can and should follow. The entire universe is meaningless without us. Is any quarrel or pile of possessions worth this?

As you read the book, whenever you see the video symbolthat video is here on this website, keyed to the chapter.

The New Universe and the Human Future

How grateful we all should be. All the prophets knew these things. Getting Ethically Grounded This book is a book on ethics, about renewing our foundation for ethics. "This book is in every sense of the word a prophetic book. " Read Matthew Fox's full review The New Universe and the Human Future contains 72 illustrations, many of which are stills from videos that are based on astronomical observations or supercomputer simulations.

We could — and are — destroying our special planet as we know it. Its message ranks right up there with those of Isaiah and Jeremiah, Ezekiel and Joel.