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Doubt and Reassurance Vol. II: The Structure of Purpose

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We know too much to believe, too much of science and suffering, genes and genocides, DNA and disasters. Old answers and even old questions seem irrelevant. But still we want to understand, though understand we know not what. The time has come again, that ancient time of wrenching change.As Aztec gods burned at the hands of the Spanish, as telescopes and microscopes unmaske ...more
Paperback, 172 pages
Published June 30th 2010 by Createspace
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Fred Hughes
This book was received free from the author as part of the Goodreads First Read Program

Continuing on from volume one of this series the author continues to pursue doubt and it’s opposite reassurance

This books is easy to read as it is very loosely structured with an attempt to organize it into a conventional books with chapters and some sort of story arc and yet it doesn’t quit make it.

And that’s okay, because this book is more about the content, the intent, the implications and the explanations
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Don Ray
Dec 08, 2011 Don Ray rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  (Review from the author)
Marie of Poor Richard's books says: ".....explores all the existential questions that humans grapple with on a daily basis and provides simple and intelligent answers." The following from Bill Tammeus of "Faith Matters" blog. Mr. Tammeus is the former Faith Columnist for the Kansas City Star.
"once you get inside and begin to digest what this man with degrees in engineering and physics has to offer you begin to be struck by sharp rays of wisdom and insight into the nature of our world and how we
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Felicia
I received this book from goodreads's giveaways.


Although, this book contains interesting information and facts but the writing style is displeasing. The author has tried to restrict to the format of traditional books, but sadly he has failed miserably.

This book, in my opinion, could greatly benefit from revision.
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Some degrees in physics, some time in research laboratories and thatched hut villages, some teaching in universities and management in international technology: all sound like credentials to lend credibility to the role of author. But such experiences provide only tools and terminology and opportunity, not wisdom and insight. You and I share the same foundation for whatever wisdom and insight we m ...more
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