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"John Haught is not simply one of the best theologians of our time; he. . .is a prophet. Any serious thinker will find in his book a rich banquet of thought, a depth of insight and a God who belongs to evolution."
--Ilia Delio, O.S.F, America, March 15, 2010
"Making Sense of Evolution will appeal to anybody with an interest in the roles of science and religion in the modern world. Just as Haught argues that Darwin simultaneously challenges and enriches theology, HaughtÂ's book challenges and enriches the contemporary discourse between science and religion."
--Kenrick Vezina, ForeWord Reviews, March/April 2010
John Haught is one of the finest evolutionary thinkers today. I enjoyed the book and hope to follow it with another.
This book is my "pick" of the YEAR!!!! I'll never part with it - no one would want it as it is colorfully highlighted in bright pink and orange! John F. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Mary Ann Fischer
Liked the book a lot, chapters 3-6 however drag on and repeat a lot; picks up a lot after those chaptersPublished 18 months ago by Jack Tangeman
Haught's Making Sense of Evolution builds on his already prolific and inspiring work and is even more accessible. Read morePublished on February 22, 2012 by Kathleen Duffy
Haught presents his text as a source for forming a more detailed compact of the evolution and Christian theism discussion. Read morePublished on January 25, 2012 by Scott Tait
The author speaks (p.132) of "many intellectuals who have swallowed evolution in one big gulp as though it can provide a fundamental grasp of what life is all about". Read morePublished on January 11, 2011 by Paul Vjecsner