While putting divine law in human hands.
Perhaps not a curse after all.
Divine because of Who gave it, or divine because of what it is?
The autobiography of the militant atheist Richard Dawkins betrays a positively religious zeal for Charles Darwin, atheism, and, above all, himself.
Scholars have traditionally evaluated the letters of the apostle Paul only in a Greco-Roman context. A new book points convincingly to a very different source of influence.