Teilhard de Chardin, Evolution, and the Search for Peking Man
Amir D. Aczel Barrett Whitener
In The Jesuit and the Skull, bestselling author Amir D. Aczel vividly recounts how the discovery of Peking Man by, among others, a young Jesuit priest named Pierre Teilhard de Chardin helped to open the eyes of the world to new theories of humanity's origins that alarmed the traditionalists within the Church. A deft mix of narrative history and a poignant personal story, The Jesuit and the Skull brings fresh insight to a debate that still rages today.
In a tour de force of science and logic, the bestselling author of Darwin's Black Box combines genetics, laboratory results, and mathematics to prove, once and for all, that the universe and life on earth are designed.
A Neuroscientist's Case for the Existence of the Soul
Mario Beauregard, Ph.D., Denyse O'Leary Patrick Lawlor
Does religious experience come from God, or is it just the random firing of neurons in the brain? The Spiritual Brain proves that genuine, life-changing spiritual events can be documented. The authors make a convincing case for what many in science are loathe to consider—that it is God who creates our spiritual experiences, not the brain.