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Beyond All Reasonable Doubt clearly spells out the limiting territory of science and mathematics, delineates between normal and transcendental experiences, here we find that ‘something’ of the very heart of the divine mystery is laid bare. The book is vibrant with stories from the author’s own life experiences, weaving together profound aspects from his dialogue with leading scientists, philosophers, world religions and other traditions taking us into a deeper understanding of ourselves and the world which we inhabit.
After careful examination of the evidence, Dr Meredith concludes that neither “evolutionary” nor “sacred” information can ever be reliable enough to be the bedrock from which to start a quest to discover the reality of God. To conduct an experiment on the reality of God one must observe from inside the actual experiment. The ultimate basis of truth is “being” itself. He describes different orders of experiential proof using narrative and deduction. One class of experience inexorably points to the human mind having the ability to communicate with the transcendental. In deepening and exploring our own experiences we can find a language that does justice to both heart and mind.