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A Meaningful World by Benjamin Wiker
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Nov 01, 2008

did not like it

Read for Contemporary Christian Belief. Though the main idea wasn't horrible, it was very insulting to read as a science major. The attitudes of the authors were not good in terms of being taken seriously by the scientific community. I would not suggest reading this book. It's not worth it.
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Andrew Ruble It's ugly and patronizing.

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