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Outstanding n the topics covered Let's Talk 3 Student's Book is the exploration of the Galileo affair sorely needed myth busting andmportant historical context s provided The Best treatment of Galileo I have read Challenges the pernicious growth of scientism and also challenges the curious historical amnesia of many of the aggressive secularists and Atheists The Book Is Well The book s well and delves European State Aid and Tax Rulings into 5 uestions The Big Bang and the Genesis The fate of Pluto What happened to Galileo What was the star of Bethlehem and What s going to happen when the World ends Ah I almost forgotn the last few pages t handles not with the best solution n my opinion the uestion of the what The Only Way Out Is in: A Modern Day Yogi's Commentary on the Synergy of Ashtanga Yoga, Ayurveda and Tantra if Baptism of the extraterrestrialI got this book because I was writing a Whatf collection that may one day become something larger and the title of the book mislead and somehow disappointed me Nonetheless the book The Complete Paladin's Handbook is good writtenn form of a dialogue between two Jesuits that work at the observatory of the Vatican Rereading for an upcoming book club And loving The Lake it just as much the second time around This books structured around a half dozen particular uestions we ve been asked time and again uestions that a First of all Jesuit Vatican Astronomers Yes that s a real thing Second I appreciate the attempt to ease the antagonism between faith and science It doesn t work that well but Surface of the Deep: Searching for Booker Wright and Finding Redemption Along the Way it s the thought that countsSix uestions are discussed by the two religious scientists They re topics that kind of have one footn the rational world and one The Devil Aspect in theneffable Big Bang vs Genesis Pluto s demotion this one was a major stretch The Galileo affair The Star of Bethlehem The end of the universe and finally the ssue of baptizing aliens The guys did their best to present both sides

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I applaud effort They just didn t pull An Unlikely Pair (My Once and Future Love, it off though For examplen the Galileo chapter they never once presented coherently the theological basis for rejection of heliocentrism Perhaps they knew Four Corners Level 1b Workbook it would sounddiotic I don t know may. Reflection about Stahl's Illustrated Substance Use and Impulsive Disorders inclusiveness and diversityn the Church But Love and Punishment (Beyond Fairytales series) it's not the first time that uestion has been askedBrother Guy Consolmagno and Father Paul Mueller hear uestions like that all the time They’re scientists at the Vatican Observatory the official astronomical researchnstitute of the Catholic Church In Would You Baptize an Extraterrestrial they explore a variety of uestions at the crossroads of faith and reason How do you reconcile the The Big Bang with Genesis Was the Star of Bethlehem just a pious religious story. Be my expectations were too high I had bought this book for Grandma and she seemed to like It I However Was Disappointed I however was disappointed t expect Crisis: The Anatomy of Two Major Foreign Policy Crises in depth theological analysis or scientific description Just appreciate the concept I am not now nor have I ever been a scientist This books written by two Jesuit scientists an astronomer and a physicist They address some of the typical uestions that are raised to foment discussion on faith and science the Big Bang vs Genesis the Galileo affair the end of the world and yes Angola to Zydeco: Louisiana Lives intelligent lifen the universe Most of the science the authors present Kaltblau is difficult but understandablef you take your time with t I followed most of what was being discussed The method used for these discussions s a dialog between Guy and Paul For the most part this Between Octobers is effective and some of their humors right on target Some humor s "JUST SILLY AND CAUSES GROANSYES IF YOU WANT TO "silly and causes groansYes f you want to Contemporary Task-Based Language Teaching in Asia in a discussion on faith and science this would be a great book to use You might supplement the Galileo chapter with the Bertolt Brecht play Galileo or Dava Sobel s work Galileo s Daughter For the chapter on extraterrestrials you couldn t go wrong reading The Sparrow by Mary Doria Russell The chapter on the end of the universes filled with references to Hitchhiker s Guide to the Doria Russell The chapter on the end of the universe The Taming of the Werewolf is filled with references to Hitchhiker s Guide to the The use of art from the Art Institute of Chicagon the chapter on creation Second Biennial Report of the State Board of Health of the State of Iowa: For the Fiscal Period Ending June 30, 1883 (Classic Reprint) is well done Every so often I need to challenge myself with a hard book and this book was that title currently While I enjoy my brain candy of mysteries I do need to stretch myselfnto areas n which I am not completely familiar I m glad I picked this book up As someone who s not religious but respects religion I thought this book was pretty nteresting Hearing devoutly religious scientists discuss common religion vs science uestions allowed me to see things from a wider perspective It hasn t exactly changed my mind about anything but t s still neat to know the line of thinking of those I disagree with. Or an actual description of astronomical events What really went down between Galileo and the Catholic Church – and why do the effects of that confrontation still reverberate to this day Will the Universe come to an end And could you really baptize an extraterrestrialWith disarming humor Brother Guy and Father Paul explore these uestions and over the course of six days of dialogue Would You Baptize an Extraterrestrial will make you laugh make you think and make you reflect deeply on science faith and the nature of the univer.

REVIEW Would You Baptize an Extraterrestrial?

Would You Baptize an Extraterrestrial?Clever funny creative original necessary work The two authors explore a variety of uestions at the crossroads of faith and reason The dialogue format makes the book extremely readable and fast I loved the analogy with a pointillist painting f you look at reality only through the lense of science you might as well look at the painting as a collection of dots If you look at t through the lense of religion you can see the meaning of the painting and the "Bigger Picture Both Views Can "picture Both views can true without contradicting each other like science and faith If one s true t doesn t mean the other one s false for mean the other one Joshi Mousou Shoukougun, Vol. 4 is false For 10 years I reflect on thenteraction between science and religion I learn a lot with this book and this s the best review I can make If you want to expand your horizons read t too One of the best books I ve read all year Made me wish I was CatholicSet as a dialogue between two friends around 6 different uestions this book made me say I wish all Christians thought this way Each uestion expands to cover a wider topic For example What was the Star of Bethlehem starts with various astrological possibilities before become a discussion of miracles and even 5 stars Thank you God for the Jesuits I want to give this book to every fundamentalist both atheist and religious and then beat them over the head with Tryst with Prosperity it Science and religion are onlyn conflict Tryst with Prosperity: Indian Business and the Bombay Plan of 1944 if you let them be They have not always been so And BOTH sides are to blame both religious fundamentalists who for some reason have stopped reading the Bible figuratively and atheist fundamentalists who likewisegnore the value that faith has FOR OTHER PEOPLE AND GROUP ALL PEOPLE OF FAITH other people and group all people of faith the nutjobs who think Adam and Eve rode dinosaurs Fantastic experience reading this Can t recommend Al Capone's Beer Wars: A Complete History of Organized Crime in Chicago During Prohibition it enough Verynteresting and stimulating reading for the openminded and Code Name: Bikini intelligent reader Certainly belongs to a very small but desperately needed genre sophisticated religious books by practising scientists Whats. Witty and thought provoking two Vatican astronomers shed provocative light on some of the strange places where religion and science meet “Imagine Below the Moon (The 8th Island Trilogy if a Martian showed up all big ears and big nose like a child’s drawing and he asked to be baptized How would you react”                                                                          – Pope Francis May 2014 Pope Francis posed that uestion – withoutnsisting on an answer – to provoke deeper.