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By Adrien Chauvet, Kube Publishing, Paperback
Rich in reflection, this book provides answers to a fundamental question: How can we approach faith using scientific methodologies and frameworks? From Science to Faith takes the reader on a journey across various themes such as the weather, electrons, waves, photosynthesis and the origin of life. But beyond scientific themes, it also addresses metaphysical themes, such as freewill, predestination, good and evil, success and failure, renunciation, engagement and evolution. The aim of the book is not to convince the reader using peremptory arguments. Rather, it urges the reader to observe the world, to be attuned to spirituality, to understand that the Signs of God do not lead to the same path.
About the author:
Adrien Chauvet was born and raised in France, in a small village of Soultz-les-Bains. He was educated in a society in which science prevailed over all other forms of knowledge. Accordingly, he began his intellectual journey studying the natural sciences at Louis Pasteur in Strasbourg, France. At the age of 21, he travelled to the United States to pursue his studies, convinced that science was the ultimate way of knowing the world. He obtained his Doctor in Philosophy in Physics from Purdue University. During his studies, Adrien had the opportunity to interact with American Muslims communities. The Islam he discovered not only resonated with his Christian upbringing, but also appeared to coincide with his scientific view of the world. Adrien embraced Islam at the age of 24. He then progressed in his scientific career, while seeking to refine the convergence of science and Islam. This book recounts Adrien's journey of bringing together science and faith.
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