Greg Boyd’s New Book Now Available

Greg Boyd’s New Book Now Available

You will never see another book quite like this one. Filled with pictures and creative dialogue, this title wrestles with questions about how science and theology relate to each other so that we might better understand God and our world. This is the kind of book you will want to show your friends, even if they are not readers.

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