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    Good if Tedious

    Clear, but not quite concise, at least not sufficiently enough for me. Yes, the universe sprang from Nothing but since Nature abhores perfection, this Nothing was unstable to the point where something had to come from Nothing. There is one error in the book, sad to say, Democritus did not have swerving atoms. He had atoms but the swerve was introduced by Epicurus. Another point not made is that science and its methodology preceeded Christianity. Fact. Still he does get tedious so read in small doses.

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