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I believe this book is an eye opener for the misinformed and especially for those brainwashed by beliefs of all kinds that are unaware of the big picture as presented in this book. It's often common for fundamentalist believers to think that an organism such as Ichneumonidae has nothing to do with "God" and is completely the result of "sin". As many "believers" think it is impossible for God to create anything like it, they ignore all the atrocities "God" brought upon the earth in the Old Testament times, especially the flood. So, if they believe "God" is the author of all the "necessary" atrocities in the OT, I believe it's time for such individuals to get closer to reality and the better understanding of God, current science, and the world they live in by hopefully coming across this book and trying to relate to what is presented in it. While looking at other books on "God" and similar topics (the evil in nature, etc.) I could say with certainty that I was more impressed by the explanations and comparisons of this book as opposed to many other books on the subject such as "What Good Is God?: In Search of a Faith That Matters" or "Godforsaken: Bad things happen. Is there a God who cares? YES. Here's proof" which are rather childish and too 'black and white' when looking at their logical and philosophical approach, let alone a scientific one. There is a lot of gray or mostly gray in the world as we see it and this book certainly goes after the gray rather than the black and white as many other books on the topic prefer to do, especially the ones focusing only on faith and belief.
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