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The God/man/world triangle : a dialogue between science and religion

by Robert G. Crawford

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Affirming Einstein's claim that "science without religion is lame, religion without science is blind", Robert Crawford shows how insights can be gleaned from both science and religion to enable us to understand what the world is like, how the human animal is distinctive from the sub-human, and how we might think of God.

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