Life Will Answer – The Book: Intelligent Design Or Convenient Rationalization? Part 1

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Earlier this year I published an eBook entitled Life Will Answer. It’s an exploration of life, religion, and the tenuous connection one has with the other—at least as has been defined to date by the various theologies of past and present-day believers.
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Life Will Answer, The Book: Conceptualizing A God # 5

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I recently published an eBook entitled Life Will Answer. It’s an exploration of life, religion, and the tenuous connection one has with the other—at least as has been defined to date by the various theologies of past and present-day believers.
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Life Will Answer, The Book: Conceptualizing a God # 4

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I recently published an eBook entitled Life Will Answer. It’s an exploration of life, religion, and the tenuous connection one has with the other—at least as has been defined to date by the various theologies of past and present-day believers.
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Life Will Answer, The Book: Conceptualizing a God # 3

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I recently published an eBook entitled Life Will Answer. It’s an exploration of life, religion, and the tenuous connection one has with the other—at least as has been defined to date by the various theologies of past and present-day believers.

I don’t pretend to be a religious scholar to any measurable degree. I am at best a casual observer of some religion-based behaviors, but given that I have also authored a book discussing those matters, perhaps that makes me more than a casual observer.
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Life Will Answer, The Book: Conceptualizing a God # 2

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I recently published an eBook entitled Life Will Answer. It’s an exploration of life, religion, and the tenuous connection one has with the other—at least as has been defined to date by the various theologies of past and present-day believers.

I don’t pretend to be a religious scholar to any measurable degree. I am at best a casual observer of some religion-based behaviors, but given that I have also authored a book discussing those matters, perhaps that makes me more than a casual observer.
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Life Will Answer, The Book: Conceptualizing a God # 1

 

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I recently published an eBook entitled Life Will Answer. It’s an exploration of life, religion, and the tenuous connection one has with the other—at least as has been defined to date by the various theologies of past and present-day believers.

I don’t pretend to be a religious scholar to any measurable degree. I am at best a casual observer of some religion-based behaviors, but given that I have also authored a book discussing those matters, perhaps that makes me more than a casual observer.
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Life Will Answer – The Book: Altruism Examined

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An interesting and occasional contentious online debate has been taking place over the course of the past few months * between Jerry A. Coyne [a professor of Ecology and Evolution at The University of Chicago and author of Why Evolution is True] and Damon Linker [author of The Theocons, and The Religious Test. He is also a senior correspondent at TheWeek.com, as well as a consulting editor at the University of Pennsylvania Press, and a contributing editor at The New Republic] on the respective merits and weaknesses of arguments supporting/disputing atheism and religion.
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Life Will Answer, The Book: Introduction To This Companion Blog

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Last month, I published an eBook entitled Life Will Answer. It’s an exploration of life, religion, and the tenuous connection one has with the other—at least as has been defined to date by the various theologies of past and present-day believers. Continue reading