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November 7, 2016

As human beings, we all grapple with the soul-searching question of what makes life meaningful. In his memoir When Breath Becomes Air, neurosurgeon Paul Kalanithi endeavors to answer this question as his path towards an illustrious career is tragically cut short by lung cancer. This is a beautifully written, heart-wrenching book that challenges us to reflect on what our core values are and how to live our lives according to those values.

Kalanithi developed a strong appreciation for language as a young man in Arizona. Motivated by the desire to understand what makes life meaningful, he embarked on a scholarly journey of literature and human biology to inte...

August 23, 2016

How did life first appear on Earth? What can the origin of life tell us about life’s meaning? In their new book “A Brief History of Creation”, journalist Bill Mesler and organic chemist H. James Cleaves II offer a thorough and compelling narrative of the history of man’s search for answers to questions as old as mankind itself.

The book begins with an interesting -- though perhaps overly detailed -- account of early religious and philosophical beliefs on life’s creation, and then proceeds to examine contemporary scientific theories on the origin of life, making a case for why the scientific method is the best approach to tackle this question. It ends with...

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