The Language of God


Sam Harris, Richard Dawkins and all adamant atheists alike hold one thing in common: they despise Dr. Francis Collins. How can the person leading the National Institute of Health, the decoder of the entire human genome, and a world-renowned physician believe in a personal and benevolent G0d? What is unique is that this book is not similar to other theological texts begging the reader to believe in G0d. Collins approaches this complex issue from a scientific vantage point, thereby placing himself at a level playing field with the leading atheists of our time. Dr. Collins has inspired others within the scientific community to speak out about their faithful identities.

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