Michael Guillen

Michael Guillen, Ph.D is a theoretical physicist and former science correspondent for ABC News. He taught physics at Harvard for eight years and currently serves as president of Spectacular Science Productions for Crystal Cathedral Ministries. For his work on Good Morning America, World News Tonight, Nightline, and 20/20, he has won Emmys, Teddys, and an EMMA. Guillen has also published hundreds of articles and reviews in The New York Times, Washington Post, USA Today, Esquire, and Science Digest. Guillen is the author of Can a Smart Person Believe In God? (Thomas Nelson).

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Can A Smart Person Believe In God?

by Michael Guillen

Whenever mind-boggling scientific discoveries make the news, logic rules. Yet whenever prayer and faith provide physical, emotional and mental benefits, spirituality rules. So which side should you embrace?

Both of them, says Michael Guillen, Ph.D. They represent your IQ and what he calls SQ, or “Spiritual Quotient.” The two are like your eyes: you need both in order to have full-blown, 3-D, stereoscopic vision.

“It’s only with IQ and SQ,” Guillen says, “that you’re able to see the universe has depth… able to see yourself and others in their full, multi-dimensional glory.” Able to see more beauty and meaning in life than you’ve ever imagined.

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