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No Sense of Obligation: Science and Religion in an Impersonal Universe

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No Sense of Obligation: Science and Religion in an Impersonal Universe
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Publisher: FirstBooks Library
ISBN/ASIN: 0759610894
Number of pages: 368

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A tour de force of science and religion, reason and faith, denoting in clear and unmistakable language and rhetoric what science really reveals about the cosmos, the world, and ourselves. Challenge to the believer and the nonbeliever alike.

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