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Theology, Science and Technology: Ethics and Moral Value
  • P. K. Saxena, Prof., Dayalbagh Educational Institute
  • D. K. Chaturvedi, Prof., Dayalbagh Educational Institute
Now the time has come when the theology will show the way to the floundering humanity. In the present age, the people have grown tired of materialism and they are looking towards something beyond personal interests. The balanced integration of theology, science and technology will lead towards the better life. To retain competitive advantages of all these three, human beings have to increasingly rely on top-most spiritual education, social service, agriculture, ethics and moral values. The mantra of successful, dynamically programmed human life in this stressful world lies in searching the supreme theologian for achieving optimal trajectory to attain the supreme bliss. This book provides new insight into all these. The objectives of the book are: • to provide an essential update on the future of mankind • to identify the strategic theology with direction and dimension within the context of the fast technological changes • to take a lead in the on-going thinking process on how theology can derive the future of mankind • to highlight the significance of the contributions of theology; link between religion and future of mankind and the teachings of Bhagwad Gita and Sant Mat; agriculture operation ; social service through top-down, bottom –up and middle-out approach.
  • Theology,
  • Ethics,
  • Moral Values,
  • Science of Religion
Publication Date
August, 2005
P.K. Saxena, D.K. Chaturvedi
Vikas Piblishing House
Citation Information
P. K. Saxena and D. K. Chaturvedi. Theology, Science and Technology: Ethics and Moral Value. FirstNew DelhiVol. Vol. 1 (2005)
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