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In her first nonfiction book in a dozen years, Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist Marilynne Robinson addresses the junctures and disjunctions of science, religion, and consciousness. While others have jumped into the fray with cleavers, the author of Housekeeping, Gilead, and Home offers calm reflections on the limits of scientific reasoning and the central importance of individual reflection. Her measured appraisal reminds one of a critic's description of Robinson as "a miraculous anomaly: a writer who thoughtfully, carefully, and tenaciously explores some of the deepest questions confronting the human species." An apt suggestion for crossover readers.