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The Story of God by Robert Winston

The Story of God

by Robert Winston

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interesting overview of different religions ( )
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To a most dear friend, Richard Dale
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If you look carefully. you might just see one of those slim, elongated boxes attached to the upper part of the front doorpost of one of the houses near where you live.
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From a leading voice in the debate on genetic engineering comes a look at the contemporary relationship of science and religion. It begins with the primitive worship of our early ancestors, and concludes with a vivid portrait of faith in the modern world.

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'Story of God' explores the relationship between humanity and the divine across time, from the primitive worship of our early ancestors to faith in the modern world. The author provides a unique perspective, as a respected scientist and practising Jew, and offers a startling, sometimes personal discourse between science and religion.… (more)

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