Religion, Science and Spirituality present three very different perspectives on the idea of existence. Barry begins by defining and discussing the differences between religion, science and spirituality, the first two (science and religion) each presenting fixed views whilst the idea that we might be spiritual beings remains fluid, unempirical but possibly known of from within. He then talks in more detail about humanity as a spiritual entity.
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