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In Defence of the Soul

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Is there such a thing as a human soul?
Are we tiny cogs in a vast cosmos, or do we have special value?
In the modern scientific age, questions such as these become more and more difficult to answer. In this book, however, Keith Ward presents a balanced, strongly argued and convincing case for the existence of the human soul in the context of scientific discovery.
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Paperback, 176 pages
Published May 1st 1998 by Oneworld Publications
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Keith Ward was formerly the Regius Professor of Divinity and Head of the Faculty of Theology at the University of Oxford. A priest of the Church of England and Canon of Christ Church, Oxford, he holds Doctor of Divinity degrees from Cambridge and Oxford Universities. He has lectured at the universities of Glasgow, St. Andrew's and Cambridge.
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