From Big Bang to Big Mystery: Human Origins in the Light of Creation and Evolution

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Veritas, 2011 - Religion - 366 pages
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This book is about the ultimate question or big mystery: where did human beings come from? One of the author's favorite quotes is from the American-based philosopher of evolution, Michael Ruse, who's said that: "Unfortunately, there is simply nothing in the literature by philosophers on human origins." In a fascinating, accessible, and thorough study, renowned priest Brendan Purcell explores this complex area and tries to make up for that lack.

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In CHAPTER 1, Brendan Purcell presents us with a personal invitation to explore ourselves in the company of the greatest explorers of the soul in human history. Without recovering these landmark ... Read full review

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