Here's another book that didn't need to be written. It should be good, and interesting, with great chapter titles such as "The Religion of Science" and "The Science of Religion." Unfortunately, the content doesn't live up to the chapter titles.
Do I have to say (write) more? No, I don't. But I will. Here's the subtitle: "Unifying Quantum Physics, Consciousness, M-Theory, Heaven, Neuroscience, and Transcendence."
In my humble opinion, an author who claims to be able to do that should be knowledgeable in at least one of those fields. However, according to the back cover of the book, Joseph Selbie is "a dedicated meditator for more than 40 years." Which is supposedly enough to help him "make the complex and obscure, simple and clear." And presumably to place commas correctly in sentences.
So, Dear Reader, don't waste money or even time on this book. Forewarned is...etc.