Buddhism, Science and Biblical Theism — Part 1: Emptiness

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This begins a series of posts on my observations about Buddhism, science, spirituality and biblical theism. This one focuses on the core Buddhist doctrine of emptiness.

One can only read so much into the number of Amazon reviews for a book. But Fritjof Capra’s The Dao of Physics with 508 reviews and his Belonging to the Universe, with 21 reviews is an indication of…

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Gerald R. Baron

Gerald R. Baron

Husband, father, grandfather, semi-retired, farm advocate, author, communicator. Deeply curious about science, nature, spirit and history.

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