Wednesday, July 24, 2013

God And Science: Author Jerry Pollock Issues Statement On Pope John Paul, Sainthood And Miracles

Do miracles happen? The Catholic Church believes so and is preparing to canonize Pope John Paul II. Author Jerry Pollock’s ‘Little Book Of God’ offers a new perspective on God, science and miracles. He proposes that God is energy and miracles happen

Pope Francis recently approved a miracle attributed to Pope John Paul II, setting the stage for Pope John Paul II's canonization. Pope John Paul suffered from Parkinson’s disease and he interceded to cure a French nun, Simon-Pierre Normand, who had the same malady. The question asked by many is 'Do miracles happen?' For most people, the concept of miracles presents a mystery.

Author Jerry Pollock’s new release, ‘Little Book Of God: Merging Science With God’ solves this mystery, using concepts so uniquely bold, provocative, and original that the reader can’t help but feel he or she has been gently tapped over the head with a sledgehammer.

In this new book, Pollock leads readers to inevitable conclusions for the evidence for God. Pollock proposes that God is the Master Scientist and we, the human race, are God’s experiment.

"God," stated Pollock, "is the big bang. God is the universe. God is space itself and is the unseen energy field that brings life to elementary particles that in turn bring life to all evolutionary species. God is the Chi, the life force of all existence. God is Energy."

In ‘Little Book of God: Merging Science with God’, our Creator is portrayed as limitless forms of ever expanding Energy that are trillions to quadrillions of times greater than any one human being. God is depicted as timeless, the Ancient One, all knowing and all-powerful. God did not simply create our universe at a prehistoric time when only He existed. God represents an organizing intelligence that is responsible for the being of us all.

"Within the umbrella of God's Energy," Pollock continued, "there are different forms of energy among which is the Energy to perform miracles. I discuss this topic in Chapter 19 in 'Little Book of God: Merging Science with God'.  God can use this miracle Energy to directly heal people or He can provide this healing Energy to a person like Pope John Paul II, so that he can miraculously heal others."

"A miracle can take an irreversible disease prognosis and convert it to a reversible healthy outcome. No form of human medicine can do this. The definition of a miracle is a supernatural event not explainable by science or medicine. Science cannot explain miracles nor can miracles explain science but I believe that God created our world through scientific miracles."

Jerry Pollock is available for media interviews and speaking engagements. He can be reached using the information below or by email at 'Little Book of God: Merging Science with God' is available in Kindle format at More information including a full resume and information on speaking engagements is available at his website at

About Jerry Pollock:

Dr. Jerry Pollock is Professor Emeritus from Stony Brook University on Long Island where for thirty years he was an academic and research scientist publishing seventy-five scientific articles including seven patents. He holds bachelors and masters degrees in Pharmacy from the University of Toronto, a PhD in Biophysics from the Weizmann Institute of Science in Israel, and has postdoctoral training in Microbiology from New York University Medical Center. Marcia Pollock is deceased and held a bachelors degree in psychology from Stony Brook University and a Master of Arts in Special Education from C. W. Post University on Long Island. Marcia and Jerry are the coauthors of their recently published unique book, “Putting God Into Einstein’s Equations: Energy of the Soul.” Jerry wrote from our earthly world and Marcia’s soul suggested and confirmed from the spirit world.


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