A Scientific Search for Religious Truth
BookPros, LLC, 2007 - 486 pages
A Scientific Search for Religious Truth chronicles four years of research to reconcile science and religion. Phil Mundt, PhD, argues for a scientific paraphrase to join these two seemingly disparate worlds, incorporating the history of the earth, mankind and religion.
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