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Title:
Christianity in the light of science : critically examining the world's largest religion
Author:
Loftus, John W., editor.
Publication Information:
Amherst, New York : Prometheus Books, 2016.
Physical Description:
399 pages ; 23 cm
Summary:
"Scientists and scholars with a decidedly secular point of view present well-argued criticisms of Christianity"--
Language:
English
Contents:
How to think like a scientist : why every Christian can and should embrace good thinking / A mind is a terrible thing : how evolved cognitive biases lead to religion (and other mental errors) / What science tells us about religion : or, challenging humanity to "Let it go" / Christianity and cosmology / Before the big bang / Saying sayonara to sin / Soul fallacy / Free will / Biblical archaeology : its rise, fall and rebirth as a legitimate science / Credibility of the Exodus / Pious fraud at Nazareth / Bethlehem star / If prayer fails, why do people keep at it? / Turin shroud : a post mortem
ISBN:
9781633881730
Format :
Book

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