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"As an astronomer, I have seen God inextricably involved in my research" - Professor David Block

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Our Universe : Accident or Design
The Tribe Has Not Spoken
God and Galileo

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Shrouds of the night
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Testimonials

Dear Prof. Block,
I received a copy of your new book, "God and Galileo", from mutual friends - Wim and Leonie Smit. I had the opportunity to read it this week. I had to give you feedback on this exceptional book. During my lifetime as church-leader, I have had few books that have meant more to me and impacted my life as much. I want to thank you (and Prof. Freeman) for producing such a clear, convincing and responsible testimony of faith in Jesus Christ.

As a distinguished scientist of our time, you have a voice, a credibility and an opportunity to be salt and light for God's Kingdom like few other Christians have. Thank you for doing it! I have cherished the hope for many years already, that somewhere in the course of our revolutionary scientific development, the current tide of atheism will dwindle as more and more scientists discover the truth of Rom. 1:20.

Like the early astronomers from the East who - through their primitive science - eventually met God's Personal Revelation, Jesus Christ, I pray that your influence will be greatly used by the Hoy Spirit in the lives of many atheists and unbelievers! May God bless you with many years and may He continue to enlarge your territory for His Name sake!

Your brother in Christ - Isak Burger, Church-Leader

Review of God and Galileo: What a 400 year old letter teaches us
God and Galileo: What a 400-Year-Old Letter Teaches Us about Faith and Science, which takes us back, in an engaging and accessible way, to Galileo’s struggle: not by focusing on the details of the trial itself, but on a lengthy letter written by Galileo as a way to promote his own understanding of the proper relationship between science and religion.

Reviewed by Louis Markos - Humanities, Houston Baptist University

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