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* Email discussion between a Christian history professor and a naturalist punk rocker with a Ph.D.
* Tackles cosmic questions about biology, suffering, destiny, morality and more
* Engages youth and students with "big ideas"
* Unique and compelling
* Models effective dialogue between people with differing worldviews
* Can be used as a text for philosophy, theology, apologetics or worldview courses
* Includes a study/discussion guide
Great book, no matter which side of the spectrum you find yourself. Graffin comes off a little dry and possibly arrogant at the start, but he quickly opens up and the conversations... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Josh Deets
This book is a decent and entertaining enough read, however if you are looking for any real resolve or conclusion, you won't find it here. Read morePublished 6 months ago by The Schmitzies
Here's what you need to know: Graffin had nearly nothing to do with the book. He signed off on a fan's project and let his email correspondence be used. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Ken Spriggs
What a great book. Don't be ignorant, we as followers of Christ need to be prepared and educated, especially when it comes to science.Published 13 months ago by Ry
This was a unique book because of the back and forth nature of the email dialogue. I enjoyed it, but I was disappointed in Greg Graffin. Read morePublished 14 months ago by David Massey
Seriously? The only thing that needs to be said is....Greg Graffin....not only a punk rock legend but astute as well, great read.Published 14 months ago by Michael
Very interesting perspective from a legend of punk and a christian scholar. The book consists of (mostly) unedited email correspondence between Graffin and Preston. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Brendan Zarkower