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Skeptics give us science and all the advancements of humankind.
True believers give us superstition, tribalism, the Middle Ages, aggression wars and death.
Very insightful and well written. Raymo has really makes you think about science and religion.Published 18 months ago by JK
Raymo adopts a light touch in this narrative on the compatibility between science and religion, albeit a somewhat well trodden road as many writers have previously tackled this... Read morePublished 20 months ago by RR
The circumstances being described in here is deep in my interests and impression. To have the ability to find this or these points of view in another person communicating to would... Read morePublished on February 26, 2014 by Royjohn Kahler
First I have to say that I love Chet Raymo. His novel "The Dork of Cork" is superb. Unfortunately, this effort badly disappoints. Read morePublished on July 29, 2012 by Eclectic Book Works
The Exhilarating Connection Between Science and Religion is about 85% science is the way, the truth, the light and about 15% any mystery will probably be explained eventually by... Read morePublished on February 9, 2010 by Mr. Bond
"Skeptics and True Believers," it seems to me, does what other books of this ilk do - tantalize the reader by a provocative cover only to ultimately disappoint with lack of... Read morePublished on January 13, 2010 by Norbert Miller
Could have been titled "True Skeptics and True Believers" as each extreme exists. Demonstrates fairly well the dependency that science and faith have upon one another, and that... Read morePublished on May 3, 2008 by H. L. Carlson
Very timely in the '90's , a tad dated in 2007 but still a stimulating read. sits well next to the recent Dawkins and the like. Rayom as always, a most accessible writer.