“This book is a superb addition to literature that examines reality. The author employs philosophy, history and theology to draw a powerful conclusion on faith and reason. Dudum combines scholarship and faith in an effective and valuable contribution to the exploration of truth.”
Jamal R. Nassar, Dean
College of Social and Behavioral Sciences
California State University, San Bernardino
Today’s champions of reason and faith continue a battle that has been waged for thousands of years. On the one hand, Rick Warren’s The Purpose Driven Life and Anne Lamott’s trilogy on faith offer contemporary society examples of hope inspired by faith. On the other hand, Richard Dawkins’s The God Delusion and Christopher Hitchens’s God Is Not Great argue that faith is a dangerous and empty superstition. But has the competition between faith and reason always been mutually exclusive?
Excerpts from Reality
“Our relative perception of both space and time is unique. Everyone’s perception of reality is relative!”
Chapter 8: Quantum Mechanics and Absolute Truth
About the Author
Ron Dudum lives at the intersection of American confusion on race. His parents emigrated from Palestine to the United States, where Ron was born in 1956. Since then, there has never been a time when his country has not been at war with his ancestry.