The Bible According to Einstein:
A Scientific Complement to the Holy Bible
for the Third Millennium
Published by Jupiter Scientific
Library of Congress catalog number: 97-71753
Non-fiction, 634 pages
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In no way should The Bible According to Einstein
be construed to be written by Albert Einstein.
On the other hand,
the true contributors of this book are the many men and women
of science who, during centuries of work,
have discovered the laws of Nature.
Without their contributions,
this book would not be possible.
Likewise, the word "bible"
in the title does not refer to the Holy Bible.
Rather, it indicates the ancient
meaning of the word, namely,
"a collection of books."
Bible According to Einstein
The Bible According to Einstein is a scientifically
based work about the Universe, Earth and life
in the form of the Bible. Unlike the expository style
of most popular science books, it uses a narrative,
almost poetic, sometimes metaphorical and
almost biblical language. Its "Old Testament"
tells the complete story of the world from the
initial moments of creation to the emergence
of mammals and man. The "New Testament"
provides the laws of Nature and humanity's
intellectual, spiritual and scientific development.
The Bible According to Einstein reveals
the extraordinary workmanship of the Universe
and ends with predictions for the future and a message,
"the last commandment," for the reader.
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on The Bible According to Einstein:
Professor Tsung-Dao Lee (Columbia University), Nobel laureate in physics, states
"The Bible According to Einstein provides a delightful portrayal of
the workings of the universe, a universe governed
by natural laws and profound symmetries."
Professor Sheldon Glashow (Harvard University), Nobel laureate in physics,
"A cosmic history and a bible for our times --- a
to unify the secular and the spiritual."
Dr. Glenn Seaborg (Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory),
Nobel Laureate in chemistry, says that
"This imaginative book traces the history
of the universe and mankind,
seen through the eyes of science and told in the language of faith.
Ultimately, it provides a marvelous opportunity to learn
a lot of science and enjoy it."
Professor Samuel C. C. Ting (MIT), Nobel laureate in physics,
"The Bible According to Einstein is a fascinating book,
most educational. I have learned a great deal from it."
People on The Bible According to Einstein:
Dr. Michio Kaku, physicist and
author of the best selling books Hyperspace
and Visions, says
"The Bible According to Einstein
is a truly remarkable volume, one which
skillfully weaves together the latest developments
in physics and cosmology with theology.
Well-written, lucid, but always scrupulously
authoritative in its science,
this work is a unique contribution to the on-going dialog
between science and religion.
Einstein himself grabbled with such cosmic questions,
wondering if God had any choice in creating the universe.
I think Einstein would have been proud of this work."
Yolanda T. Moses, President of the
American Anthropological Association, remarks
"This book is an amazing feat that makes nature's laws
understandable even to the non-scientist.
It, like the Bible, can be read and re-read for
6" x 9" trim, smyth sewn,
casebound in black Roxite B cloth
with the title stamped with imitation gold foil
on front cover and on spine
The front jacket cover at 100%
The back jacket cover at 100%
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