Religious Beliefs of Scientists
by Arthur H Tabrum
Publisher: Hunter & Longhurst 1910
Number of pages: 196
Religious beliefs of scientists, including one hundred hitherto unpublished letters on science and religion from eminent men of science: Lord Kelvin, Lord Rayleigh, Sir William Crookes, Prof. P. G. Tait, Dr. Alfred Russel Wallace, etc.
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by Matt Young - FirstBooks Library
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.
by Edward Foley - MDPI AG
Music is a virtually ubiquitous companion to religious and spiritual practices. The intangible, insubstantial nature of sound is one of the reasons why music has so effectively symbolized the mysterious and wholly other since the dawn of creation.
by Sally Steenland - Center for American Progress
This book turns down the heat and turns up the light on the question of whether religion should be a force shaping our public policies and our common civic life. We have chosen to examine the many facets of the issue in a thoughtful way.
by Gary Leon Hill - Booktrope
Gary Leon Hill tells a story of how his uncle and aunt came to counsel dead spirits who took up residence in bodies that didn't belong to them. Hill elucidates much of what we know about life, death, consciousness, and the meaning of the universe.