Contemplating Infinity: A Mathematical Insight Into God’s Nature

Contemplating Infinity: A Mathematical Insight Into God’s Nature


  • Using mathematics to gain insight into God’s nature, by Fiona Smith.
  • 217 pages
  • Kindle and hardcopy versions available
  • Colour diagrams and illustrations in the Kindle edition
  • Softcover printed edition available

Contemplating Infinity: A Mathematical Insight Into God’s Nature affords a precious glimpse into the nature and character of God reflected in the eternal and beautiful truths of mathematics.

This divine nature is the same one seen throughout the Scriptures. For example, the book shows that mathematics is logical (requiring a logical Source).

Mathematics has infinity as a characteristic, and a dual nature (one part is easily envisaged, another is not). It has majesty, commanding obedience to principles, and it offers the joy of enquiry to those willing to search out these principles.

The book gives a defence of special creation, based on probability and evidence from the natural world.

Contemplating Infinity delves into the realm of special numbers, such as pi, the speed of light, the Fibonacci sequence, the Golden Ratio, as well as those fascinating fractals.

Replete with mathematical examples aimed at the senior high school level.

Each section contains review questions to consolidate learning. Answers to these are provided at the back, together with a glossary of all the major terms.


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Author: David K. Trudgett

Updated: 2019-03-17 Sun 13:02 UTC+1100