Skeptics and seekers

In Martin Levin’s analysis of the recently published books about atheism and secular humanism (God-less — Books, Jan. 6), he concludes that he remains “skeptical that the mysteries of the universe . . .will be revealed to science any time soon, if ever.” Even if science cannot provide these answers, it is even more improbable that any of the world’s religions or faiths that have ever been created throughout human history ever will.

Note: This appeared as a Letter to the Editor in the Globe & Mail.

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