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Architecture and the Sacredness of the Physical World

Fine Arts, Natural Sciences

Making the Garden: There is a necessary connection between God and architecture, and that this connection is, in part, empirically verifiable. Further, the sacredness of the physical world—and the potential of the physical world for sacredness—provides a powerful and surprising path towards understanding the existence of God.  (An essay by Christopher Alexander, emeritus professor of architecture at UC, Berkeley.

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