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  • The Nature of Consciousness the Structure of Reality

    The Nature of Consciousness, the Structure of Reality
    Jerry Davidson Wheatley

    This book describes how understanding the structure of reality leads to the Theory of Everything Equation.

  • Mere Creation

    Mere Creation
    William A. Dembski

    In this book a team of expert academics trained in mathematics, engineering, philosophy, physical anthropology, physics, astrophysics, biology and more investigate the prospects for intelligent design. Edited by William Dembski.

  • Scripture and Cosmology

    Scripture and Cosmology
    Kyle Greenwood

    It's a compelling story that both illuminates the text of Scripture and helps us find our own place in the tradition of faithful Christian thinking and interpretation.

  • Why Animal Suffering Matters

    Why Animal Suffering Matters
    Andrew Linzey

    In this superbly argued and deeply engaging book, Andrew Linzey not only shows that animals can and do suffer but also that many of the justifications for inflicting animal suffering in fact provide grounds for protecting them.

  • Missionary Scientists

    Missionary Scientists
    Andrés I. Prieto

    The first scientists of the New World.

  • Interpretation and Dionysos

    Interpretation and Dionysos
    Park McGinty

    From time to time the series publishes volumes that map the state of the art and the history of the discipline.

  • Hanum n der Gott in Affengestalt Entwicklung und Volume 47

    Hanumān, der Gott in Affengestalt: Entwicklung und …, Volume 47
    István Keul

    In einer sowohl historisch wie empirisch angelegten Studie werden Aufstieg und Bedeutung der im heutigen Indien beraus popul ren Gestalt des Affengottes Hanuman dargestellt.

  • Cosmic Codes

    Cosmic Codes
    Chuck Missler

  • Rational Mysticism

    Rational Mysticism
    John Horgan

    John Horgan investigates a wide range of fields—chemistry, neuroscience, psychology, anthropology, theology, and more—to narrow the gap between reason and mystical phenomena.

  • The God Who Would Be Known

    The God Who Would Be Known
    John Marks Templeton, Robert L. Herrmann

    In the spirit of Sir Francis Bacon, this fascinating exploration shows us how “the book of God’s works” (natural science) can tell us a great deal about “the book of God’s words” (Scripture). “We began this book with the idea …

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