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Science and Nonbelief (book review)

I've just posted my review of Taner Edis, Science and Nonbelief. This could be thought of as a sequel to his earlier, and excellent, The Ghost in the Universe. In these books Edis gives one of the most balanced views of religion from a naturalistic standpoint that I've seen.


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