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The Selfless Gene

The Selfless Gene Living with God and Darwin

By Charles Foster
Published by Thomas Nelson

Average Blogger Rating: 3 Stars

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On 7/9 Sarah Wells, MD wrote: This book was far from the “reasoned dialogue” between faith and science that it purported to be. Rather, it felt more like an angry tirade. Mr. Foster seems angry with the Darwinian absolutists, angry at Young Earth Creationists, and angry at the proponents of Intelligent Design. He attempts to ... An angry tirade

Sarah's Rating:

1 Stars

On 7/7 Dawn Hanlon wrote: The cover of this book suggested an " intelligent and highly readable" look at the differences of Creationism and Natural Selection, and how they may actually be connected. At times it is very straight forward, with the pros and cons of both schools of thought very easy to follow. At other times, the ... The Selfless Gene

Dawn's Rating:

4 Stars

On 2/4 Jason Anderson wrote: I recently had the opportunity (courtesy of the good folks at Booksneeze and their complementary reviewer's copy) to read The Selfless Gene, Charles Foster's retort to Darwinist absolutists and other atheists like Richard Dawkins who have been having such a literary field day lately. The short version ... Book Review: The Selfless Gene, Or God Really Wants Us All to Be Filthy Hippies

Jason's Rating:

3 Stars

On 1/30 Gaudium Veritate wrote: In The Selfless Gene: Living with God and Darwin, the author and tutor at the University of Oxford, Charles Foster, tries to explain and reconcile some of the conflicting beliefs held by Darwinian evolutionists and Creationists (often evangelical Christians) while maintaining that neither is the answer ... God, Darwin, and an Oxford tutor

Gaudium Veritate's Rating:

4 Stars

On 1/5 Erin Beauchamp wrote: To be quite honest I got this book to review and then got so utterly lost in what the author was trying to say that I didn't read the whole thing. I put it down intending to pick it back up later when I thought I would have more time to digest it. And then we moved, and it got lost in the jumble. And ... Book Review- The Selfless Gene Living with God and Darwin

Erin's Rating:

3 Stars

On 10/2 Rob wrote: I just read The Selfless Gene by Charles Foster as a part of Thomas Nelson’s booksneeze.com program for book reviews. Sorry Thomas Nelson, but this review won’t stick to the 200-word recommended limit you want. There’s a lot to say about this book. This book is an attempt by the author to reconcile ... Book Review: The Selfless Gene by Charles Foster

Rob's Rating:

1 Stars

On 9/26 Steve Bishop wrote: The Selfless GeneLiving with God and with DarwinCharles FosterNashville: Thomas NelsonISBN 978-0-8499-4654-7Pbk, 283pp, $14.99This book review is brought to you courtesy of Thomas Nelson’s Book sneeze.The Selfish Gene is something of a curate’s egg: good in parts. Reading it I was frustrated, angry, ... The Selfless Gene - a review

Steve 's Rating:

3 Stars

On 9/3 Scott Higa wrote: One of my very favorite classes in seminary looked at the relationship between science and the church. We learned how the relationship had not always been as strained as it is these days; we learned that in the past science and the church were used to inform and advise each other to gain a greater understanding ... Freeform Friday 14 - The Selfless Gene

Scott's Rating:

4 Stars

On 8/4 Susan Stearns wrote: The Selfless Gene LIVING WITH GOD AND DARWIN, by Charles Foster, is a very thought provoking book. The blurb on the back of the cover says "Intelligent, provocative, and highly readable..... a reconciliation of what are popularly seen as two opposing worldviews." I must agree with this, although ... THE SELFLESS GENE

Susan's Rating:

4 Stars

On 7/21 Stephen Johnson wrote: The Selfless Gene Living with God and Darwin by Charles Foster is a very thought provoking book for God and Science. I am glad that he has tackled a subject like this because sometimes deep topics need to be broken down into smaller ones to understand them. He does a great job in balancing both sides ... The Selfless Gene

Stephen's Rating:

4 Stars