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Science and Religion by Daniel C. Dennett
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Apr 13, 2012

it was ok
Read from April 13 to 24, 2012

Before I began to read this book, I had thought that a debater, even if he was studying theology, could have minimum knowledge about science and logic which were necessary for a discussion like the theme "science and Religion."This booklet is only 77 pages. Usually I read such a book within a few days. I had to read Prof. Plantinga's part several times, because his "opinion" is so complicated or vacant to understand. Therefore I have to spend more than a week. Now I feel I lost money and time. Prof. Dennett's part was clear and very much understandable. I enjoyed his argument. It is very difficult to recommend this book unless you are fervent theist who is seeking some kind of "theoretical ground" to refute science, even if it is nonsense.

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