“‘The Physical Body, the Spiritual Body’ throws light on the so-called myths of Christianity and of evolutionary science/naturalism. It is important that society knows the truth about these matters.
ONKAPARINGA, Australia (PRWEB) January 09, 2017
The disparity between the measurable, physical dimension of science and the invisible or spiritual concepts of theology leads to the perception of many as the two disciplines to be separate, unrelated and sometimes antagonistic. In “The Physical Body, The Spiritual Body” (published by Balboa Press AU), author Ainsley Chalmers provides evidence that the two disciplines can be intertwined.
He describes a correlation between certain physical aspects of biological/medical research and how they pertain to Christian spirituality. He addresses aspects of gene structure and function, blood production and functions, gasses of life and their effects, various features of nutrition and malnutrition, properties of salt and finally how different systems within the human body cooperate and interact with each other.
Ainsley then discusses Christian salvation, young earth creationism versus naturalism, Christian growth and development through the word of God, erroneous science and theology, interactions within society and the Christian community. Finally, using his personal experiences as a scientist and committed Christian, the author summarizes myths, truths and untruths present in both realms of science and theology.
“‘The Physical Body, the Spiritual Body’ throws light on the so-called myths of Christianity and of evolutionary science/naturalism. It is important that society knows the truth about these matters. My book emphasises that the Christian life is the only life worth living,” Chalmers shares.
Edifying and stimulating, this compendium reminds readers that “God loves them and that He is the fount of all goodness. That He is definitely worth following.”
About the Author
Ainsley Chalmers earned a doctorate in biochemistry, with over 75 research publications over a 40-year period. He has been a Christian for about 40 years. Chalmers have three daughters and seven grandchildren. In his free time, he plays golf.
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