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Material:

A Treatise on the Nature of Life

Rating: 4 stars
Used in Course: Not used in course
Submitted by: Don Peavy (Faculty), Mar 12, 2009
Comment: An interesting treatise on the nature of life. However, the work is written within the Judeao-Christian heritage and thus has limited appeal to the broad spectrum of religious studies. Those who seek some comfort in bridging the gap between faith and science will find it here. The illustrations are well done and quite helpful.

Technical Remarks:

The paper could use some editorial assistance. For instant, American is consistently presented as american.
Time spent reviewing site: Twenty minutes.