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Science versus Faith

Will these two ever run parallel to each other?


The mysteries found between science and faith have triggered some of the  loudest debates over the decades, oftentimes implying that science and faith are two opposing sides without the hope of merging together or of running parallel to each other.

Because science is based on reasons and evidence and faith seems to be just the opposite, adherents of faith are sometimes called delusional and sometimes even lunatics. However, the fact is, more and more scientific theories have been proven incorrect.

“Divine Principles” is a compelling intellectual discourse about the fascinating mysteries of the universe seen through the many complex discoveries made by science and through long-held beliefs rooted in faith and spirituality. Author Ken Ungerecht promotes the role of faith and spirituality in understanding the universe through science. He does not dispel either side. Instead, “Divine Principles” is a bold step to mold the two worlds into one.

For more information about the author’s book and other written works, visit his blog page at

“Divine Principles” is available for purchase on Ungerecht’s website.
Divine Principles
Written by Ken Ungerecht
Published by YourOnlinePublicist
Published Date: March 2019
Paperback: $9.95
Ebook: $3.99
About the Author
Ken was raised with a love for animals and sports on a small dairy farm in the wilderness of northern Minnesota. He spent thirty years as an engineer in the field of electronic communications in Baltimore, Maryland. Along the way, he discovered his true passion was an effort to combine his love for science with that of developing a better understanding of the true nature of the human spirit.

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 Divine Principles
 Science Versus Faith
 Ken Ungerecht

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