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Knowing the Unknowable: Science and Religions on God and the Universe

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Albert Einstein once remarked that behind all observable things lay something quite unknowable. And the motivation for his own work in physics stemmed from something as apparently innocuous as his father first showing him a compass when he was a boy. Yet the wonder and inspiration of that moment , which he never forgot, led ultimately to his own stupendous scientific break ...more
Hardcover, 200 pages
Published November 15th 2008 by I. B. Tauris
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Laura Hellsten
Chapter with Sarah Coakley is fenomenal, otherwise interesting sides to the topic from many learned men, yet not that exciting...
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