Monday, March 26, 2012

A Scientist's God: New Arguments for the Existence of God and Our Soul. A scientist’s personal exploration

March 29, 2012

Undeniable Proof Of The Existence Of God And Our Spirituality.

A scientist with more than 50 years experience in science and in thinking about the subject, has just published the Kindle book “A Scientist’s God,” in which he claims to prove beyond reasonable doubt that God exists and that we are spiritual beings. Proofs use only science and logic applied to life’s experience.

A number of books, articles, and TV programs have recently featured prominent scientists proclaiming that a belief in God is unscientific or worse. This book points out their errors in logic and assumptions, which are often not stated, but simply implied. The book is not about any particular religion. Its goal is to show how wrong some scientists, such as Richard Dawkins and Nobel Laureate Herbert A. Hauptman, are when they deride with disdain and ridicule a belief in God and our spiritual nature. The book is intended for those who have been swayed by such pronouncements to disbelieve and for anyone who would like to understand how science is compatible with a belief in God and our spiritual nature.

Using new logical arguments and science it clearly shows that a belief in God is not only compatible with, but is even supported by methods of science and that arguments for a belief in God are convincing beyond reasonable doubt. It proves that our subjectivity and consciousness are conclusive evidence of a non-material soul. That evolution, the Big Bang and even possible multiverse theories, may be reasonable explanations of the methods of creation used by an intelligent God. It also explains possible reasons why God would choose such methods of creation. It shows how unreasonable it is for us to use gaps in our understanding of these science theories as proofs of a “God of the gaps.”

In analogy with the scientific method, by using various models of reality, it explores the various difficult questions and apparent contradictions associated with belief in a loving personal God. It ends with a cyber world model of another reality which provides possible answers to all the perplexing questions about life and shows how unrealistic it is to believe that there is no ultimate reality higher than that of this world.

The book makes a clear distinction between objective and subjective truth, a distinction that seems to have been ignored in recent discussions of this topic. This enables the writer to come to the final conclusion that believers and disbelievers are really both believers in a creator of all reality, but believers claim it is an intelligent, purposeful, and all powerful creator God, whereas disbelievers claim, often only by implication, that it is an unintelligent, purposeless, dumb “machine.” Both tenets are based on belief.

The book points out that believers in God can answer our important subjective questions and millions of otherwise unexplained human experiences, whereas believers in a dumb machine do not have a chance!

Published as a Kindle book, it may be borrowed, or purchased at the Amazon Kindle store.

Web and blog page:
ISBN: 978-0-9854202-0-8

If after reading the book you would like to express your opinion, ask a question, or exchange ideas about the topics in the book, I invite you to post these here.
I look forward to your comments.
Jerzy Lewak


  1. I'm sold, but then I was sold before scanning your blog and book sample chapters on Amazon. Are you familiar with Dr. David R. Hawkins? His accounts/conclusions are quite similar to yours.

    Congratulations on your efforts here. It seems so obvious to me there is a subjective reality. But, of course, that's not the conventional thinking of most people, scientists or not. Even the Atheist draws his/her conclusion from a subjective perspective.

    I've got an eBook on Amazon myself "The Man Confused by God", co-authored with a Holocaust survivor, who struggled with this very question.

    Anyway, I wish you great success with your book, however you define success.

    Rosalie Cushman
    Encinitas, CA

  2. Thank you Rosalie.
    I did take a look at the latest book by Dr. David R. Hawkins. He seems to me a mystic. I am not one of those, though I wish I could have his experiences! (It is strange that his name is so similar to Richard Dawkins and Steven Hawking, both of whom are atheists.)
    I have not yet read his book, but from the parts I have read it does not seem to me that he would need my arguments.
    My goal in my book was to help the scientists and those whose thinking is limited by science, to understand the powerful totally objective arguments in favor of our spirituality and the existence of God. That is why I did not rely on any teachings of any religion.
    Many scientists would not accept mystical experiences as real. They even have a very hard time accepting the reality of near death experiences (NDEs), whose existence I only used as evidence of my conclusions, which were derived independently. Even that has given one reviewer some difficulty, despite the fact that I was not able to find any credible evidence against and plenty for the reality of NDEs.
    Great to see that your last book is doing well. Congratulations.