Signs of Resurrection by Roger Skrenes

Signs of Resurrection by Roger Skrenes

Signs of Resurrection

by Roger Skrenes

This book is written to show that in our world there are many signs of resurrection. Life beyond death is demonstrated or modeled in many ways within the world around us. This fact should teach us to believe that our death is not an end in itself but rather a new beginning of greater and more certain proportions. It should help us to focus our lives on pleasing the Lord and on trying to be a small pair of His Hands in this present world. By living in such light, we can have hope that we will fit into His larger plan – in what we here call Heaven.

Paperback: $14.95 | Kindle: $9.99

TESTIMONIALS

“An excellent demonstration of the complementarity of our science and our faith!” – Dr. Sebastian Mahfood, OP, Interim Director of the Institute for Theological Encounter with Science and Technology

 

ABOUT THE AUTHOR 

Roger Skrenes studied science as an undergraduate and history as a graduate. He holds a master’s degree in religion and has taught high school in Los Angeles, California, for over thirty years, including six summers in the California Youth Authority (a prison for teenage boys in Whittier, CA). He is the father of three adult children, Mary, Mark and Therese.

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REVIEWS

In his book A Science Primer for the Faithful, Robert Kurland firstly makes the point that the Catholic church has historically been a midwife and nursemaid to Science, thus facilitating its birth. So, in understanding science, the faithful Catholic is able to combat “Scientism”– the belief that science explains everything you need to know – as well as guard against science intersecting moral issues. Example: when does life begin? His book discusses creation – God and infinity – and affirms that the Church does not deny evolution as a scientific explanation for the diversity of species, although it does emphasize that Darwin’s model for how evolution occurs, namely through Survival of the Fittest, is not the only principle. In “Rational Inquiry” Kurland affirms that science is not an eternal truth, but a methodology. The truths it determines are subject to change as new data is uncovered. In that respect, he contends that science differs from the Catholic faith, which is not subject to change, founded as it is, on eternal truth. Scientists are slowly waking up to an inconvenient truth. Physicists and cosmologists have, over the last forty years, been collecting examples of all-too-convenient “coincidences” in the underlying laws of nature that seem absolutely necessary for life to exist. This is the cornerstone of our belief in the supreme Creator. Kurland points to the “just right” weak and “just right” strong nuclear forces; the “just right” ratio of electrical and gravitational forces; the “just right” goldilocks zones for planetary systems, the control of radiation, the chemistry necessary for the earth to be hospitable to life. These are obviously no coincidences. As Sir Fred Hoyle, the British astronomer, is known to have pointed out: “A common sense interpretation of the facts suggests that a super intellect has monkeyed with physics as well as with chemistry and biology and that there are no blind forces worth speaking about in nature. The numbers one calculates from the facts seems to me so overwhelming as to put this inclusion almost beyond question.” – Robin Arthur, author of Science and the God Elusion: A Reflection on the Conundrums of Life 

TESTIMONIALS

“Dr. Robert Kurland has truly brought the domains of Catholic faith and science together in an accessible way that respects the integrity of both areas…. This little volume gives an incisive, accurate, balanced overview of everything you need to know to encounter skeptics in the modern world. More than this, it opens upon a more comprehensive appreciation of the psalmist’s exclamation: The heavens declare the glory of God; the skies proclaim the work of his hands. Day after day they pour fourth speech; night after night they reveal knowledge. (Ps. 19:1-2).” Fr. Robert Spitzer, President of the Magis Center of Reason and Faith

“A great resource for students!” – Dr. Gerard Verschuuren, author of Can Science and Religion Live Together?: What Science Can and Cannot Do

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Bob Kurland is a retired, cranky, old physicist who converted to Catholicism in 1995. He is a Graduate of Caltech (BS, with honor, 1951), Harvard (M.S. 1953, Physics; Ph.D. 1956, Chemical Physics), academic career, Carnegie-Mellon, SUNY/AB, MRI (Geisinger), best scientific work: search Kurland-McGarvey equation. He also served as a volunteer to federal prison and hospital; lector, EOMHC, and is a sometime player of bass clarinet, alto clarinet, clarinet, bass, tenor bowed psaltery for parish instrumental group and local folk group. He has been married 54 years and has 5 children, 11 grandchildren (eldest to graduate from Penn State Schreyer’s Honor College (grandfathers are allowed to brag!). For the story of his conversion, click here. For other blog posts about his faith as a convert from Judaism and a scientist, see here, here and here. His current effort is to show that there is no contradiction between what science tells us about the world and our Catholic faith. Intermittent blogs and adult education classes to achieve this end are available at http://rationalcatholic.blogspot.com/ and http://home.ptd.net/~rkurland)

Bob’s motivation comes from St. Augustine of Hippo, who wrote in The Trinity, 1.8:

It is also necessary may God grant it that in providing others with books to read I myself should make progress, and that in trying to answer their questions I myself should find what I am seeking. Therefore at the command of God our Lord and with his help, I have undertaken not so much to discourse with authority on matters known to me as to know them better by discoursing devoutly of them.

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Pre-Order now by clicking on the PayPal link below. Books will be ready for shipping by mid-April. 

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TESTIMONIALS

“There is nothing more devastating to parents than the loss of a child. The Deacon and the Doctor is a light in the darkness, providing much needed practical wisdom, refreshing insights, psychological tools, and spiritual consolation on a topic that is finally receiving the attention it deserves. This book will undoubtedly encourage parents to place their bruised and broken hearts into the pierced soul of the Blessed Virgin Mary. The Deacon and the Doctor is simply the best resource available for dealing with the incredible grief of losing a child in the womb.” – Deacon Harold Burke-Sivers, Author, Behold the Man: A Catholic Vision of Male Spirituality

“This book was tremendously moving in its content and analysis of miscarriages and stillbirths, from both the psychological and spiritual point of view. Having experienced a miscarriage in the 1st trimester of my first pregnancy, it was truly a sad time, as we had been waiting three years for pregnancy to occur. The content and guidance given in this book would have been a welcomed help in overcoming the sadness felt, at that time. I commend Dr. Heisman and Deacon Anthony for their knowledge, insight and direction to put together a comprehensive set of “prescriptions to breathe again and ACQUIRE peace” as God, our loving Father, intends for all mankind. May God bless all those “little one’s”, lost to this sad ending of life.” – Ann Sadone Alisuag, LOM

“I have known Deacon Gerard-Marie Anthony before and after ordination. He is a Deacon who has a profound love of Catholic doctrine. Deacon Anthony’s research into this great need of the Church will help heal those families who have suffered the loss of a child. I highly endorse his book.” – Deacon Cody Miller  

“The subject covered in this book is one of the least discussed topics in the medical and psychiatric community. From my experience as a healthcare provider, I cannot recall any conference or discussion among my colleagues relating to the impact of miscarriage/stillbirth. This book is an invaluable resource for both the physician and the clergy in helping the mother, her family and the community to recover from this traumatic experience.” – Andres Alisuag, MD

ABOUT THE AUTHORS

Gerard-Marie Anthony is a Deacon of the Catholic Church and Spiritual Director of A Mom’s Peace, an organization that helps families experiencing miscarriage/stillbirth. He has an M.A in Theology, as well as Green Cross Trauma certifications including H.E.A.R.T. Model training for Treating Complex Trauma.  His website is: www.jmjgerardmarie.com.

 
 

Dr. Heisman is a licensed clinical psychologist who specializes in the evaluation and assessment of educational/learning difficulties, as well as comprehensive psychological and neuropsychological assessments. She has worked across multiple settings to include hospitals, rehabilitation, neuropsychological, and forensic settings. Dr. Heisman is also the Therapeutic Director for A Mom’s Peace, a non-profit that helps families who experience miscarriage/stillbirth. She also serves as an adjunct forensic psychology professor. Dr. Heisman is mother to three children, one on this Earth and twins in heaven. 

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

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How to Listen & How to Speak by Dr. Peter Redpath

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The Human Equation: Cosmogenesis + Biogenesis + Anthropogenesis = Christogenesis (C + B + A = C)

by Roger Skrenes

This book is an attempt to trace the footprints of the Creator since the event of the Big Bang. It is a snapshot in one volume of the movement and work of God in the world of our experience, especially illustrating the divine face of evolution since the beginnings of Creation.

Paperback: $16.95 | Kindle: $9.99

TESTIMONIALS

“An excellent demonstration of the complementarity of our science and our faith!” – Dr. Sebastian Mahfood, OP, Interim Director of the Institute for Theological Encounter with Science and Technology

 

ABOUT THE AUTHOR 

Roger Skrenes studied science as an undergraduate and history as a graduate. He holds a master’s degree in religion and has taught high school in Los Angeles, California, for over thirty years, including six summers in the California Youth Authority (a prison for teenage boys in Whittier, CA). He is the father of three adult children, Mary, Mark and Therese.

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by Robin Arthur

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Paperback $18.99 | Kindle $9.99

TESTIMONIALS

“Religion and science are two different and complementary avenues to knowledge and truth. Science aims for an explanation of how things work, but religion, for the most part, aims at trying to understand the meaning and ultimate purpose of life. Methodologically, explanation and understanding function differently, but have a lot to learn from each other. It is to Robin Arthur’s great credit that he sees and illustrates this important insight with great charm and in fine detail.” – Joseph Prabhu, Professor of Philosophy and Religion (Emeritus), California State University, Los Angeles, Trustee Emeritus and Adviser, Parliament of the World’s Religions
 

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Robin Arthur is a newspaper editor and a journalist who won the Pan-Asia Journalism award in 1995. This book is a sequel to Science and the God Elusion, which he released in June 2019. He has written several other books including Can the Poor Inherit the Earth, which is an opinion on Third World development paradigms and which won acclaim from UN organizations including UNESCO and UNDP. His first novel, The Island of Habarra, provides a glimpse into the sad narrative of expatriate workers who leave families and home behind to work in the oil-rich Persian Gulf. In Canada, Arthur worked to develop an appreciation of interfaith dialogue, and between 2011 and 2016 convened three very successfully staged Spiritual Diversity Conferences, paving the way for the establishment of an Interfaith Council in the city of Halifax.

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