Swedenborg and New Paradigm Science
By Ursula Groll
Translated by Nicholas Goodrick-Clarke
Swedenborg Studies #10
At the intersection of science and spirituality, the theology of Emanuel Swedenborg (1688-1772) shows a remarkable harmony with new discoveries in physics and quantum science. Author Ursula Groll draws the two together to reveal a timeless quest for truth. Read more
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Ursula Groll relates the metaphysical thought of Emanuel Swedenborg to current New Paradigm science, especially to the interface of science and spirituality. By providing extensive excerpts from Swedenborg’s works and drawing parallels between his visionary insights and the works of philosophers and physicists such as David Bohm, Fritjof Capra, Rupert Sheldrake, and Albert Einstein, Groll shows how Swedenborg’s voyage of discovery led him increasingly from the great to the small, from the outer to the inner, until he discovered the mirror of the universe, the seat of the Divine as the source of truth.
About the Swedenborg Studies Series
Swedenborg Studies is a scholarly series published by the Swedenborg Foundation. The primary purpose of the series is to make materials available for understanding the life and thought of Emanuel Swedenborg (1688–1772) and the impact his thought has had on others. The Foundation undertakes to publish original studies and English translations and to republish primary sources that are otherwise difficult to access.