ANNANDALE, Va., Jan. 6 /PRNewswire/ -- In "Supplementology: Combining Religion with Science" (published by Trafford Publishing), author Reverend Sidney R. Smith reveals that God provided a new faith for the "purpose of raising each of us to a new level of universal understanding for mutual respect ... and tolerance towards each other's religious beliefs."
The author points out that so often it is hard for members of one faith to imagine that there is room for any other belief but theirs. Supplementology expands upon our ancestral religions, explains Smith. "Each member of all faiths must have a foundation with which to build a willingness to understand the common ground, of which all religions are based upon."
In order to help mankind reconcile their religious differences, God has sent "envoys to every region on Earth to teach and show people of His law to love one another." He adds, "This means we must somehow change our pattern of thought and move to build a new world community."
In "Supplementology: Combining Religion with Science," Smith details his confidence that man has the capacity to make the change he believes is so desperately needed. "Our fundamental difference from other animals lies in our ability to change, create, explore and discover our immediate world," says the author. "We must use this unique quality to bring peace, harmony and love to one another. It is time for humanity to work collectively and cooperatively for the good of all. Supplementology only wishes to offer an opportunity to work together in an effort to claim and recognize the commonality in all religions and faiths."
"My hope is to convey that all religions can unite and become one in truth and knowledge," says Smith. "God is a scientist, as well as our Father. His power is in being our Father and not our king. He does not punish, condemn, or destroy us, but He helps us to understand His law of love."
About the Author
Rev. Smith was born in 1949, in New York City. He currently lives with his wife in Annandale, Va., and has three grown children. He attended the University of the District of Columbia and has a master's degree from Lincoln University, Pa., in human services. His first book, "Search for the Promised Land: How to Bring Religion and Science Together," was published in 1999.
"Supplementology: Combining Religion with Science"
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