The World Anew
Publication date: October 2006
Digital Book format: PDF (DRM-Free)
This book contains innovative integrated solutions in education, religion, science, economics, psychology, politics and current affairs because these are not viewed as independent subjects delineated by some divine wisdom but rather are interrelated and a part of the whole that is Life and are a part of each. Dialogues among fictitious characters and a story are used to make reading more interesting. There are three sections. Each section can be read independently and while starting from a different perspective, attempts to provide a unified and "whole" view of life. The first Section is about the essence of the teachings of the seven great religions. There have been many religiously fueled wars and atrocities in the past, and there are currently ongoing conflicts fueled by religion. Whether in Chechnya, Kashmir, the West Bank, Jerusalem, Cyprus, Lebanon, Sudan, Bosnia, Kosovo, Tibet, or Iraq, religiously fueled conflicts are often instigated by non-religious forces like politics, socio-economics, or psychology. In all cases, however, religion, or in Tibet anti-religion, propels the conflict. Therefore, resolving these conflicts, just as reducing Islamic terrorism, requires not only political and economic, but also a religious response if the solutions are to last. A specific religious solution is advocated. The second Section is about science and philosophy. It is founded in modern physics and provides a philosophy that shows the consistency of modern physics with the foundational teachings of the major religions. It also provides a hypothesis for a Unified Theory. The third Section is about economics, psychology and current affairs and provides potential solutions to the very serious problems humanity faces. The Appendix is about the theological debates among the great religions.