Decoding the Language of God: can a scientist really be a believer? : a geneticist responds to Francis Collins

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Prometheus Books, 2010 - Religion - 269 pages
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While atheists have the outspoken critics Richard Dawkins, Sam Harris, and Christopher Hitchens to argue vigorously for the nonexistence of God, believers have a credentialed ally in Francis Collins. In his 2007 bestseller, The Language of God: A Scientist Presents Evidence for Belief, the geneticist who pioneered the Human Genome Project and who now directs the National Institutes of Health argues that science does confirm the existence of God and that scientists can effectively study the natural world and still be believers.

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User Review  - quantum_flapdoodle - LibraryThing

How to write a bestseller in the busy atheist market? Simple. Inform your readers that this is going to be different (more respectful) than books by Hitchens, Dawkins, Harris, or Dennett. Then, write ... Read full review

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A solid point-by-point refutation of Francis Collin's claims about his faith in a personal god being compatible with science. Thorough and easy to read, with only minor mistakes. I did find the author ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
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From Belief to Atheism
29
Evidence
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