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What Science Really Says About God and the Supernatural by author Shawn Adair Johnston is a work of non-fiction in the religion, spirituality, and science subgenres. It is suitable for the general adult reading audience. In this interesting and highly original work, the author challenges the exclusively physical model of the universe through a compelling exploration of scientific data. With clarity and humor, Johnston critiques the limitations of current science in explaining the cosmos, human DNA, consciousness, free will, and criminal behavior. The book delves into astronomy, quantum physics, biology, neuropsychology, and cosmology to demonstrate the inadequacy of a purely materialist perspective. Johnston argues that a multidimensional universe, as implied by quantum mechanics and cosmology, aligns more with the presence of supernatural forces than a purely physical model.
Author Shawn Adair Johnston has crafted a truly thought-provoking journey that adeptly layers scientific concepts under philosophical and spiritual reflections to produce some fascinating parallels and explanations. The engaging narrative style and the breadth of topics covered make complex scientific ideas accessible to a wide audience. Johnston uses relatable language and steers clear of alienating either the religious or scientific by striking harmony between the two worlds. The exploration of a multidimensional universe and its implications for the nature of the soul, good and evil, resurrection, or reincarnation sparks contemplation, and the logical progression of the work helps you to build ideas gradually. Regardless of one's religious or spiritual background, the book offers a fascinating perspective that encourages readers to question and expand their understanding of existence. Overall, I would certainly recommend What Science Really Says About God and the Supernatural as a compelling intellectual feast that satisfies our hunger for knowledge about the mysteries of our existence.