Collins defends God

Francis Collins, director of the US National Human Genome Research Institute, is known to be a fairly traditional sort of religious believer. Apparently he’s been working on a book to make the case for God, which will appear in the fall. If this news story is any indication, though, the book is going to be close to the “inspirational literature” genre in nature — lots of personal feelings and some very shoddy arguments. A shame, really.

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