The New Encyclopedia of Unbelief

I just finished reading through The New Encyclopedia of Unbelief,edited by Tom Flynn. OK, it’s about 900 pages, but it consists of short articles, many which are quite interesting, so it goes fast.

One gripe I have, though, is that the final revisions to the proof of my contribution seems to have been overlooked. As a result, there are a couple of small errors. OK, they’d only be noticeable to a physicist, but nonetheless, I’m slightly disgruntled. So if you want the proper entry for UNIVERSE, ORIGIN OF THE, AND UNBELIEF, please check out this version on my web site.

"No, I dont. Maybe in Scholastic Metaphysics ?"

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