Professor Alexei Osipov of the Moscow Theological Academy discusses the central questions of man's existence through science, philosophy, and religion. He investigates such themes as divine revelation, the essence of religion, the origin and end of creation and mankind, modern atheism, the nature of freedom, and discerning the signs of the times.
312 pp., softcover
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