The Evangelist

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Sceptre/Hodder and Stoughton, Jan 1, 2005 - Evangelistic works - 391 pages
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Max Oldroyds world comes tumbling down when a journalist writes a profile depicting him as a lonely failure whose rage against religion has robbed him of love, family and even reason. Max determines to tell his version of events - and life story - and discover who has betrayed details of his private life. This is the story of one man's obsession and its impact on the family he loves. A charismatic, passionate champion of reason and science against unquestioning faith, or a self-absorbed, blinkered zealot.

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User Review  - anna_acoria - LibraryThing

Very well written book about the career of a evolutionary scientist, and how his strong belief in evolution and experience of creationism affected his career. Also covers the knock on effects to his friends and family. Read full review

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On the re-release of his science book Genesis, he is interviewed for a newspaper by a colleague of one of his friends. Unfortunately, he doesn't like the results - which focus on the loss of his ... Read full review

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