Is there a God or compelling force behind our existence? Is there a particular way we should live? Do we continue in some fashion beyond death? Countless individuals have searched for a belief system that provides hope and meaning, but is also grounded in reasoning. If such a framework had merely been glimpsed intuitively by the religions of the world, what would it really look like beyond the symbolism?
Bridge Beneath the Sky: Speculations on a Larger Reality presents both materialist and metaphysical views in a context that acknowledges both as valid and without contradiction. It paints a convincing picture based on rational arguments and descriptive imagery that clarifies our place in the world as molecular machines, the universe made animated, and the enormous possibilities of our existence that follow the same line of reasoning. It is a humble and unassuming glimpse at what might very well be a big picture everyone can relate to.