With his book “From Science to Spirituality: Finding Spirituality In Science” (ReadersMagnet; 2020), Neil C. Griffen, a medium and spiritual healer, aims to enlighten readers, especially religious seekers and skeptics, that science and spirituality can exist alongside to answer humanity's questions. The book argues that science and religion are never at odds with each other, and urges readers to use these two major sources of knowledge to live their fullest lives.
“From Science to Spirituality” has earned positive reviewers from independent book review publications. Barbara Bamberger Scott of US Review of Books praised Griffen for his depth of knowledge, as well as his approach in dealing with the subject matter.
“Griffen is well qualified to explore this fascinating subject matter,” wrote Scott in her review. “He has an engaging writing style that includes a light but welcome sense of humor, such as acknowledging that the hard information offered sometimes makes him go and take a nap. This humorous touch gives some otherwise tough ideas an easier flow for less scientifically minded readers.”
Tony Espinoza of Pacific Book Review calls “From Science to Spirituality” “a truly fascinating read,” “powerful, evenly-paced, well- researched, and engaging.” He said readers will find the book as “a thought-provoking read that is well-written and explores the subjects in a whole new light.”
Susan Miller of San Francisco Book Review wrote in her piece, “What is clear from reading this book is that there is so much that we don't know. By examining both the physical laws and spiritual laws that have developed over time, and as we learn more about how the brain works, we come to understand more about our spiritual nature. Hopefully, from this, we will improve our understanding of who we are and of the wonderful world we inhabit.”
Jessica Tingling of Manhattan Book Review calls “From Science to Spirituality” “an exceptional five-star work that will stretch and expand widely held beliefs through open, interdisciplinary dialogue.” The book “provides a clear, concise overview of prominent scientific theories ranging from the scientific method to vacuum fluctuations and the creation of the universe.”
“The perfect book for someone who would love to learn about and ponder over the connection between science and spirituality, or religion,” wrote Kristi Elizabeth in her review for Seattle Book Review. She applauds Griffen for doing a great job of “making his readers dive deep into some difficult topics by giving them scientific facts with proof and then asking a question that the information would need to be applied to.”
Rachel Dehning of Portland Book Review appreciates how “how Griffin presents the scientific and spiritual evidence” and applauds him for providing knowledge about spiritual beliefs, scientific, and anatomical facts, plus resources to readers to check out.
How did Neil C. Griffen find common ground between science and spirituality? How science and religion can be related to each other? Get a copy of “From Science to Spirituality: Finding Spirituality In Science” today from the author's website https://www.neilgriffen.com/.
From Science to Spirituality: Finding Spirituality In Science
Author | Neil C. Griffen
Publisher | ReadersMagnet
Published date | 2020
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Neil C. Griffen holds a bachelor's degree in physics at the State University of New York at Fredonia, a master's degree in physics at Pennsylvania State College, and a doctoral degree in physics at Ohio State University. He also served in the Air Force for four years, one of which he spent in Vietnam.
Griffen was ordained by the National Spiritualist Association of Churches in 1976. He served as president and member of the board of trustees of the Ohio State Spiritualist Association of Churches, member of Morris Pratt Institute, the educational arm of the National Spiritualist Association of Churches, and pastor of the First Spiritualist Church of Linden.
On the professional side, Griffen has worked for Mettler-Toledo and LakeShore Cryotronics, developing electromechanical products. He is a holder of more than twenty patents. He has also taught Math and Physics at DeVry University in Columbus, Ohio. His specialties lie in lecturing, teaching, healing, mediumship, and channeling.
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