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The Secret of the Universe: God, Man and Matter (Forgotten Books) [Englisch] [Taschenbuch]

Nathan R. Wood

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16. Oktober 2008
Many New Thought books leave one wanting a bit more. They claim that there is a deeper secret of life, but refrain from explaining it. Nathan R. Woods, who apparently wrote this during the 1920s, finally publishing it in 1932, pulls no punches. He attempts to get to the heart of the issue by addressing the question: what is The Secret of the Universe? It's all here, in a couple of hundred pages.

This is where science (justifiably) fears to tread; nothing can be experimented with in this field of inquiry, so it is powerless. I quote Mr. Wood: "The Triunity of Father, Son and Holy Spirit reflected and expressed in the triunities of space, matter, time and man is the secret of the universe." That's it, that's the entire secret.

He means the Christian Triunity, er, Trinity, by the way,-he downplays other religions' trinities, and the loss is his (he could have padded the book to five hundred pages, easily). He is incorrect when he states that the concept of a Trinity in Hinduism was introduced by Christianity. As usual, the Hindu trinity is not a one-to-one match with the Christian. However, the association between A-U-M, Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva, and all kinds of triple phenomena can easily be found in the Upanishads, which predate the Christian era by over five centuries. So this idea of an all-pervading triple principle in the Universe is not exactly new, nor is it specifically Christian in origin. Mr. Wood is playing a very old game here, and not something he discovered.

His physics is ill-construed. He pooh-poohs the concept of Time as the Fourth Dimension (doesn't fit into a trinity). He inserts a page of math in the middle of the book-surely a book with this title would be chock full of math,-but it is clear that he doesn't seem to understand basic Algebra, let alone the essential relationship between space,




The Trinity of Father, Son and Holy Spirit reflected and expressed in the trinities of space, matter, and time is the secret of the universe. It is the key to the many riddles of the universe. It shows why things are as they are, and that they did not happen so. It shows why space is what it is, of three dimensions. It shows why matter is what it is, of energy, motion and phenomena, with all their relationships. It shows why time is as it is, composed of future, present and past. It shows why man is made as he is. It may show the great principle of unity in all things. It should illuminate the relationship of space, matter, and time. It may well cast light on the mysterious principles of existence, of change, and of reality, in the universe. The being of God, as the central fact of the universe, may explain these universal things. It may make them clear, not as we ourselves paradoxically try to make mysteries clear, by involved effort, and intricacies of thought, and abstruse analysis, but by the broad, self-evident fact of the Trinity. A New Thought Classic! -- Dieser Text bezieht sich auf eine andere Ausgabe: Taschenbuch .

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5.0 von 5 Sternen Wonderful Book 21. November 2012
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This is a great book - almost a "required reading" book. Opens new perspectives on the Divine Trinity of Father, Son and Holy Spirit.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen This is the real secret. 16. Juli 2013
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This book was retitled as "The Trinity in the Universe." This is a great read, but definitely what I call "heavy" reading. Try it if you can find a copy for a reasonable price.
5.0 von 5 Sternen A Teleology Primer 26. Juli 2014
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In our age of scientism(1), the subjects of TELEOLOGY(2), theology, and metaphysics seem like foreign languages to a majority of the public. Here, Nathan Wood provides his own teleological musings regarding the cosmos and all reality from a traditional Christian (Trinitarian/theist) worldview, based on knowledge gained through biblical supernatural revelation (1 Corinthians 2:7-16).

(1) Scientism: "Broadly speaking, 'science' refers to the empirical method for observing, analyzing, and interpreting the data of the natural world. This term also defines the knowledge gained by using such a method. While naturalists (e.g. secularists, atheists, etc) and nonnaturalists (e.g. theists) agree on its value, naturalists tend to consider science as having privileged status with regard to knowledge. Scientism asseerts that science is either the only reliable method (strong scientism) or the best, most dependable method (weak scientism) for obtaining genuine knowledge. Naturalists who embrace scientism are convinced that the natural sciences are the only path that lead to knowledge and truth." Kenneth Samples, A World of Difference.

(2) Teleology: the study of the evidences of design or purpose in nature, including the view that these phenomena are guided not only by mechanical forces but also move toward certain ends.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Creation Reflects Its Creator 27. August 2013
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Thought-provoking and wonderful revelation of how the creation reflects our awesome God as three in One, a triune being. To read it is to be inspired and have your faith strengthened.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen worth the effort 15. Oktober 2013
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because of the depth, some parts I had to read over to get through my dull head. well worth the effort though.
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