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Made from Stardust: Exploring the Place of Human Beings Within Creation

by Denis Edwards

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Christian investigation of the origins of the universe and contemporary ecological crises that threaten life on Earth. The author, a Catholic priest and theological consultant to the Archdiocese of Adelaide, considers the relationship between human beings and the cosmos in the light of Christian tradition and science, developing themes from his previous book, TJesus and the Cosmos'.… (more)
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Christian investigation of the origins of the universe and contemporary ecological crises that threaten life on Earth. The author, a Catholic priest and theological consultant to the Archdiocese of Adelaide, considers the relationship between human beings and the cosmos in the light of Christian tradition and science, developing themes from his previous book, TJesus and the Cosmos'.

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