Science and Religion (Paperback)
By considering the aspects of knowing, author Elsa M. Glover expands our knowledge of the various ways of perceivng, as her broad erudition, profound thought, and poetic vision have combined to form a holistic view of creation. In Science and Religion, a broad view is taken of a concise array of phenomena still clothed in the uniqueness of their happening. The author looks wonderingly on all creation and awakens our sense of awe by bringing us into the living presence of either a caterpillar or a constellation. Her all-inclusive knowledge moves from experimental science to religion, and she is equally at home with both, as to her the great chain of being seems to resemble Jacob's Ladder. Here is a book that offers new information about both science and psychic phenomena. Written in a crisp and lively style, this scholarly work will be of great interest to the serious reader.
Elsa M. Glover has a Ph.D. in physics from Perdue University and has studied Christian mysticism for many years. She was a professor of physics at Stillman College, in Alabama, and taught at the summer school of the Rosicrucian Fellowship. Dr. Glover has written numerous articles and lectured throughout the United States on such subjects as the fourth dimension, cosmic laws, and astrodiagnosis. She has since passed on.