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Spiritual Science

Article by Brian Davis

In light of the recent debate between Ken Ham and Bill Nye on the origins of the universe, I thought it would be appropriate to address why I think science and spiritual practice are both vital in contemporary times. There is no doubting that the methods of empirical science have led to technological advancements that our ancestors would marvel at, and at the pace that technology is advancing, we can expect to stand in awe at our own innovations within our lifetime (some of us already do). Yet, although modern science has enabled us to grow our population to exceed 7 billion, it has also led to the devastation of life on a scale never before known to man, and threatens the future of our species. It is because of these two extremes that I think science and spirituality must cross paths and become the driving force that shifts the paradigm of modern science into one of service.


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