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  • Scientific Works

    Address - 26 Apr, 2003

    Master: CD Panel: 1-Reuben Bell 2-Jonathan Rose 3-Lisa Hyatt Cooper 4-Stephen Cole 5-Dan Synnestvedt 6-Reuben Bell & Questions | By Reuben Bell, Bryn Athyn Cairnwood Village

  • Swedenborg: Reconciler of Science and Religion

    Address - 16 Oct, 2002

    Address given at the American Swedish Historical Museum | By Jonathan Rose, Philadelphia, PA

  • Spiritual Causes of Natural Things

    Address - 22 Jun, 2000

    Introduction by the Rev. Michael Cowley. Side B has 12 mins. of discussion that is hard to hear. | By Reuben Bell, Guelph, ON

  • The Trend to Naturalism

    Address - 13 May, 2000

    101st Annual Meeting of the Swedenborg Scientific Association. Address by George Gantz. Introduction-Dr. Reuben P. Bell. Meeting: Rev. Dr. Reuben P. Bell-Toastmaster, Dr. Allen J. Bedford-Treasurer's Report, Dr. Erland J. Brock-Publisher's Report, Aubrey Odhner-Nominating Committee, Dan A. Synnestvedt-Election of President, Dr. Reuben P. Bell-Dr. Grant Doering Memorial, Donald Fitzpatrick-Edward F. Allen Memorial | By Multiple Speakers, Bryn Athyn Cairnwood Village

  • Learning to See the Spiritual Causes of Natural Things, Part 2

    Doctrinal Class - 19 Jan, 1999

    Part 2 of 5 classes in this set (15 classes in series) Subtitle: Influx-The Divine Flows into Nature Suggested Reading: DLW 171, 390, AE 1146:4-5, TCR 504 | By Reuben Bell, Boynton Beach, FL

  • Learning to See the Spiritual Causes of Natural Things, Part 1

    Doctrinal Class - 18 Jan, 1999

    Part 1 of 5 classes in this set (15 classes in series) Subtitle: Introduction, Form Follows Function | By Reuben Bell, Boynton Beach, FL

  • The Human Genome Project

    Talk - 4 Aug, 1995

    Dr. Reuben Bell. Subtitle: (Its ethical & spiritual considerations). Includes 15 mins. of discussion | By Reuben Bell, Bryn Athyn Civic & Social Club, Bryn Athyn, PA

  • Swedenborg's Appearance in the History of American Psychology

    Address - 8 Feb, 1988

    Theme: Swedenborg and His Influence. Session 2: Philosophy and Social Science. Eugene Taylor is an Associate in Psychology at Harvard Medical School, consultant in the History of Psychology at Massachusetts General Hospital, and author of "William James on Exceptional Mental States". He has lectured widely in the US and Canada on various topics including the life and work of Swedenborg and his influence on American culture. (To see all 24 talks from this event, select "Swedenborg Symposium" from the Group search on the home page.) | By Dr. Eugene Taylor , Bryn Athyn Heilman Hall

  • Swedenborg as Cosmologist

    Address - 8 Feb, 1988

    Theme: Swedenborg and His Influence, Session 3: Swedenborg and Science. Gustaf O. Svante Arrhenius, PhD (grandson of the Nobel laureate Svante August Arrhenius) was born in Sweden and received his doctorate in Oceanography at the University of Stockholm. In his distinguished career as an earth scientist he has been the recipient of several research fellowships in the U.S. and Europe, and has served as director of the space research lab at San Diego. He is presently engaged in research at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography at La Jolla, California. His fields of interest include geochemistry and cosmochemistry. (To see all 24 talks from this event, select "Swedenborg Symposium" from the Group search on the home page.) | By Gustaf O.S. Arrhenius, Bryn Athyn Heilman Hall

  • Limits to Knowledge: The Mechanics of Ignorance

    Address - 8 Feb, 1988

    Theme: Swedenborg and His Influence. Session 3: Swedenborg and Science. (To see all 24 talks from this event, select "Swedenborg Symposium" from the Group search on the home page.) | By Gregory Baker, Bryn Athyn Heilman Hall