Science and Christianity
by John D. Callahan
Number of pages: 118
This book is, as its title implies, about science and Christianity, and it reconciles the two. More than that it is a book about man's place in the universe, with fascinating implications. The book is written for everyone, Christian and non-Christian, and it will challenge both greatly.
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