The Axiom of Belief


(Chris Falter) #21

Will Walsh’s book be available in audio format (e.g., Audible books)? I rarely have time to read books recreationally these days, but I love to consume them in 30-minute chunks while I commute.

Thanks!

Chris Falter

P.S. I love the site and the forum, @swamidass !


(S. Joshua Swamidass) #22

Great question! That would be really cool, but usually first printings don’t have such things. Very unfortunate. Maybe there are some new technology solutions to this that @AndyWalsh can pursue with his publisher:

Also, just FYI, we are probably going to do a book club on this book. I hope you can join: Considering a Peaceful Science Book Club.

Thanks! It is really great having you here. I’ve always enjoyed interacting with you elsewhere. I hope we see more of you here in the future.


(S. Joshua Swamidass) #23

Great review of @AndyWalsh’s book.

In short, Faith Across the Multiverse is an absolute must-read for nerds, aspiring theologians and apologists, and just any lay Christian who is looking for a better way to understand heavy theological concepts and doesn’t mind having a bit of fun along the way. And there is no better guide (or Babel Fish, to put it correctly) to take you on that journey than Andy Walsh.
https://cogentchristianity.com/2018/07/28/book-review-faith-across-the-multiverse-by-andy-walsh/


(Andy Walsh) #24

Thanks for sharing that review.

If anyone is having difficulty with that wordpress.com link, here is another option for reaching the same review:
https://cogentchristianity.com/2018/07/28/book-review-faith-across-the-multiverse-by-andy-walsh/


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It has to be a good review. It doesn’t use the word ‘paradigm’ in the entire piece.


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