- After a treatize on quantum tunneling: "I shall use this to explain the resurrection of Jesus Christ."
- "... so the Second Law of Thermodynamics can be regarded as a law governing the spiritual side of the material universe.
- "The laws of physics suggest an end to human history in the "near" future - sometime in this century."
- "There will indeed be a resurrection of everyone who has ever lived, and indeed we will have "spiritual bodies" - our resurrected bodies will be in the form of computer programs."
- "Thus we come to the real reason why many modern physicists find standard quantum gravity unacceptable: it implies the existence of God."
- "I accept the laws of physics, in particular quantum mechanics and relativity, which is why I accept not only the existence of God but His Trinitarian nature."
- In guessing of Jesus' chromosome makeup, "Such males are normal in behavior and intelligence, but have smaller teeth, shorter stature, and smaller testes than normal males."
However, despite a few intriguing ideas, this book is overall too far out there and too unapproachable to be taken seriously. It seems to fulfill the very definition of pseudo-science - filled with far too much jargon to provide enough intellectual bullying to make it seem plausible and scientifically sound, but beyond your level of understanding and education. There is always a veneer of truth to the words that crackpots preach and push, but, in the end, even though it will take some time to understand what is really being said, it is untenable hogwash. I also don't believe that faith in God, the ultimate act of trust and submission, can be replaced by a few scientific theories and equations, ending in Q.E.D..
(Part 2 of 2)