The destiny of the universe: in pursuit of the great unknown

St. Paul: Paragon House (2014)
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Using the latest scientific discoveries and theories of astronomy and genetics, the author discusses the nature of life and the universe and asks big questions like, 'Why are we here?' It is both a critique of scientific atheism, and a scientific argument for the "unknown" that people call 'God'

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