Science and the Theory of God 

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The supposed tension between religion and science is explored in this book in a most anecdotal and refreshing way. From the beginning, the author, Xavier L. Suarez, makes no assumptions about the existence of God, or the nature of God, if he/she/it exists. Instead, Suarez engages the reader in an objective discussion of what empirical and social science says about the likelihood of an infinite big banger or first cause who propelled the universe about fourteen billion years ago, endowing it with matter, space-time, and order. Moving very quickly from astrophysics to history, psychology and sociology, Suarez looks at the God theory in a most entertaining way. Questions like why bad things happen to good people? and whether our species is just a more intelligent edition of animals are tackled in a conversational style that is readable and even fun. In the end, the author concludes that the God theory is quite consistent with the latest discoveries of science.

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