About the Book
COSMOTRINITY: Newton, Einstein, Hawking with the Origins of the Anthropic Principle and a Curtsy Toward...QEDEM (Time), POST-MODERN THOUGHTS ON THE CLOCK., is a an attention-grabbing compilation of thought-provoking verse constructions. Filled with illustrations and hieroglyphic-verse structures tracing the philosophical and scientific origins of time from Augustine of Hippo to wrist watches and atomic clocks, this mesmerizing collection celebrates post-modern verse as a poetic manifestation of time itself. Once again, Ross merges tangible science with religious credo, bringing the reader trough a trek of grand empirical principles merged with theological conceptions. Gravitating around the bold proclamation of the ´Anthropic Principle,´ which asserts that the cosmos was meant to ultimately include conscious life; and in the end, progressively become observable as part of it’s very own scientific rationale. While exploring this collection of post-modern thoughts and images, may you come to more fully appreciate the revelations and tensions brought forth by science ever brushing elbows with religious questions (and vice versa). Ones which seemingly revolve around the clock--24 hours!
About the Author
John Ross, Jr. holds graduate degrees from Boston University (S.T.M., theology), Harvard University (A.L.M, Dramatic Arts); and a third in pastoral theology (M.P.S.) from Loyola University Chicago. John is the author of four poetry collections. His interests include the relationship between science, religion and the fine arts. He teaches at Northeastern Illinois University in Chicago.