Mr. Nazif Saraçi was born in Tirana, Albania, in 1942. He graduated in electrical engineering, mathematics and physics in 1966.
In 1997, he began writing books of a philosophical nature, in the form of aphorisms. He published his first book, Resoundings, in 1997 and the second book, Behold, in 1998. In 2001, he published the book The Convicted Purpose, a philosophical treatise built in the style of mathematical theorems. In 2005, Saraçi signed his book Colossuses with the phrase: "I will die trying to help you with the force of your denial!"
His books, The Convicted Purpose and Colossuses, have been translated into English and published in the UK (Olympia Publishers, London). The publishers' appraisals are impressive.
The burning question: Who or what is God and does he exist?
Nazif Saraci says yes. God is actually the union of the laws of nature and society and it is the duty of man, as the supreme being created by God, to discover God and benefit from the knowledge of His laws. But how does man go about this?
Man, however, only exists if the laws of nature and society are the same. If not, man is faced with problems he alone has to deal with.
Scientists, using mankind's unique, God-given ability to think and research, need to illuminate the path to God for man. How do they do this?
God alone knows the absolute truth through His laws. Man must seek the path to God in order to ultimately find the truth that they desire. Ancient philosophers paved the way with their philosophical thoughts - but how does this relate to modern society?
Scientific Road to God examines these questions, discusses viewpoints and suggests answers.