In this fascinating paperback Daniel C. Matt explores how physics and mysticism can lead us to fresh discoveries about the oneness which undergirds all of life. Matt, a professor of Jewish spirituality, demonstrates how these two tools of understanding enrich our appreciation of the complexity of the cosmos and the diversity of human experience.

Spinning out insights gleaned from his study of the Kabbalah, the author writes cogently about the search for traces of God in everyday life, the ethical implication of big bang cosmology, the meaning of the Torah, the idea of transforming evil inclinations, and the end of days. This impressive work opens up new doors in the continuing dialogue between science and spirituality. And it makes God's cosmic game of hide-and-seek into an enthralling adventure.