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I'm thinking of requiring all my astro 101 students to read this, for its beautiful discussion of how religion and science can dovetail and enhance each other. The readers have a strange pronunciation of Tycho Brahe that kept taking me out of the work every time they said his name though.
Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
Yes, because it shows religion and science in their true light as complimentary disciplines and not mutually exclusive.
What about Joe Ochman and Rob Shapiro ’s performance did you like?
It was casual, witty, and yet deeply insightful
Any additional comments?
Aside from one passing reference to Teilhard de Chardin , which they ascribed no doctrinal weight to, I was pleased with the whole performance. I love when authors narrate, it is so much more real and you get that emotion that you sometimes miss in print.