David M. Knight





David M. Knight


Born
November 30, 1936

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Average rating: 3.41 · 85 ratings · 16 reviews · 42 distinct works
Zoological Illustration: An...

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Humphry Davy: Science and P...

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Ordering The World: A Histo...

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Why Jesus?: Exploring Relat...

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Reaching Jesus: Five Steps ...

it was amazing 5.00 avg rating — 1 rating — published 2013
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Public Understanding of Sci...

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A Season of Mercy - Daily R...

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The Making of Modern Scienc...

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Ideas in Chemistry: A Histo...

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Science and Spirituality: T...

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“God doesn’t ask the impossible. He sees our weakness and our struggles. He looks at our heart more than at our behavior. If he sees that we want to love him, want to believe in him, and want to follow his way — but are just unable right now to do it — he has patience with us. He encourages us to do whatever we can, and to keep trying.”
David M. Knight, A Fresh Look at Confession...why it really is good for the soul

“Great scientists are Peter Pans, still anxious to classify and explain at an age when most people are concerned with money, power and sex.”
David M. Knight, Ordering The World: A History Of Classifying Man

“If we don’t get to the roots of our sins, we will just keep confessing the same old things unproductively forever.”
David M. Knight, A Fresh Look at Confession...why it really is good for the soul



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