I Am Reading the Creator and the Cosmos

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    Chapter Four - the Discovery of the Twentieth Century

    Ok, now I see what's going on here.  I'm a little slow, but I usually do catch on eventually.  And I am forced to eat some crow.  No matter - I've dined on icky Icterid before, and I'll likely do it again.  The author is merely doing what I've been begging...
    mystreba mystreba
    41-45, M
    1 Response Jun 18, 2009

    Chapter One - the Awe-inspiring Night Sky

    Here the author explains the fascination that the night sky has held for all of humanity, for all of time.  Simple enough.  However, he takes some giant leaps along the way.  In the first, he explains that if the universe has no creator, then life has no meaning...
    mystreba mystreba
    41-45, M
    2 Responses Jun 17, 2009

    Chapter Two - My Skeptical Inquiry

    First, I must apologize for the sarcastic tone of this chapter's review.  There is simply no way to avoid it - I tried and failed.  No suprise, given that I laughed out loud through the entire chapter.  It is exceedingly difficult to treat this material with any...
    mystreba mystreba
    41-45, M
    1 Response Jun 17, 2009

    In the Beginning....

    Recently, I made a promise to read a book on creation.  I've heard it all before, so the exercise seems pointless, but I actually thought this might be different.  Here we have an academically trained astronomer claiming that scientific discoveries reveal divine...
    mystreba mystreba
    41-45, M
    5 Responses Jun 17, 2009

    A Summary Clarification

    I feel the need to clarify my last posted review on chapter four.  A key point in that post is the concept of objectivity in science. Consider that there is a significant difference between the following statements:   Statement 1: "I believe there...
    mystreba mystreba
    41-45, M
    Jun 18, 2009
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