Toronto, Canada : Inner City Books, c1984.
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120 p.; 22 cm
Drawing on a variety of disciplines, the author attempts to create a world-view which brings together science and its search for knowledge with the religious quest for meaning. The focus of the book is on the life of the individual set against modern threats to the global community.
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