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Some ancient civilizations held fast to the belief that their god or gods were stronger than all other heavenly powers. For a nation conquered by another power, the question of why their God allowed their defeat had to be faced. Goldstein looks at how different ancient civilizations reconciled their beliefs with the realities of history.
Hardcover, 590 pages
Published February 19th 2002 by Yale University Press
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Radio Work

Many of Goldstein's pieces have been featured on the PRI radio show This American Life where he is a contributing editor. From 2000 to 2002 he was also a producer of the show.

Currently, Goldstein hosts a show on CBC Radio One called WireTap, a program featuring stories told over the phone. He was also the host of the CBC summer radio program Road Dot Trip in 2000 and has contributed to s...more
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