Reflections of a Scientist Free
With the help of his youngest son, Harden, Henry Eyring collected and edited his best known speeches and stories. Published after his death in 1981, Reflections of a Scientist became a favorite of a new generation seeking to find common ground between religion and science. In the book's short, witty chapters, Henry's simple faith and childlike humility shine through for all generations to come.
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