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Publisher Description

The season of Lent prompts us to ask questions, big and small, about the nature of our being, and about our role in the world. Astronomer, physicist and Episcopal Bishop W. Nicholas Knisely explores the intersection of faith and science, creation and the cosmos. 

GENRE
Religion & Spirituality
RELEASED
2014
January 17
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
160
Pages
PUBLISHER
Forward Movement
SELLER
Forward Movement
SIZE
635.1
KB

Customer Reviews

oldandhappy ,

Wow

I read multiple books in a week. Before this book, my all time favorite was The Good Earth by Pearl S. Buck. But this book changed me like that one. I don't want it to be finished. Each day it was truly a gift to be savored once in the morning and once again at night. I read it with a discipline I rarely have. I am hungry for more.

Writeforme ,

Very real

If you're looking for a book to challenge your Lenten beliefs this is it. Mixing Science and Religion was brilliant to force traditional thinking outside the box. I never thought I'd read an explanation of God as I experience Him. I hope to revisit this book for many Lents. My faith is better for it.