Does God Exist?

Are Science and the Belief in God Compatible?

Non-Fiction - Religion/Philosophy
48 Pages
Reviewed on 05/28/2015
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Author Biography

Donald Ackermann is a professional land surveyor turned writer. He spent six years researching and gathering material applicable to the theme of this book: Are science and the belief in God compatible? Ackermann believes "YES" and that is why he wrote the book Does Goes Exist? Are Science and the Belief in God Compatible?

    Book Review

Reviewed by Roy T. James for Readers' Favorite

Does God Exist?: Are Science and the Belief in God Compatible? by Donald Ackermann is a commentary on the present state of science and religion to demonstrate how science and religion are getting closer, why it is happening, and why the religious and scientific communities are gradually finding so much more that they can agree upon. The author begins by noting that every new development or theory in fact is resulting in many of our earlier held beliefs being proven wrong. Also he notes, ‘The further one delves into science, the mushier the ground gets. You start to see there is an order and spiritual aspect to science.’ The author has given many examples of great names in science changing their opinions on these matters, and aligning more with the proponents of spiritual strength and theology.

Does God Exist? by Donald Ackermann looks more closely at the indeterminate elements in the scientific realm to prove the existence as well as relevance of spiritual power. All need not agree; what makes science scientific is the ready acknowledgement of such elements as another vista of research. In fact, being passionate about questioning the results of science or scientific discovery is good for science; it opens the road to newer paths of research. This is a good book, quite thought provoking, which opens up many new avenues for those disposed spiritually, as well as otherwise. Unlike many authors I have come across who are spiritually inclined, the author evidently does not sport a self-righteous attitude, making this book a good read for people on both sides of theism.