In The Spiritual Universe by Fred Alan Wolf, we explore the world of spirituality from a new perspective. Many people wonder if the soul really exists, what happens to it when we are no more and so on.
Less people wonder where our soul actually is or where it goes when we pass.
These are the questions, and many more I am sure, that brought to life what was to be The Spiritual Universe.
Have you ever wondered if the computer you are reading this on has a soul, or if that's even possible?
Why or why not you might ask.
Fred Alan Wolf writes:“Physicist Frank Tipler, at the time of this writing, Professor of mathematical Physics at Tulane University in New Orleans, in his recent book The Physics of Immortality, makes a daring scientifically based proposal, bound to shock some, offend many, and delight, I suppose, the few. Tipler offers no excuses for his bold proposals concerning the soul, God, death, and the Christian form of resurrection. For this he has my admiration."
We cannot see the soul, but we can fleetingly observe its effects on consciousness. Therefore, it's real.
After reading the first few pages, I found I could not put the book down. If you read “The Spiritual Universe” (one physicist’s vision of spirit, soul, matter, and self) you will find that Dr. Wolf has, with great understanding, provided an answer to the age-long question:
“What am I and what is my soul?”He reaches back into the beginning of recorded history to bring forth everything mankind, in his less than infinite wisdom, has decided about his soul, his mind and his God.