Science: An Attribute of God

Many people suspect that scientists, riding high in the modern world, are uninterested in man's spiritual qualities, which cannot be subjected to test tube and microscopic analysis. One scientist who is deeply interested in analysis of the spirit is Biologist Edmund W. Sinnott, dean of Yale's Graduate School. In his new book, The Biology of the Spirit (Viking; $3.50), Professor Sinnott tries to find some common foundation for the spiritual feelings of man and the facts about material life that have been discovered by biologists.

"Through all the centuries," says Professor Sinnott, "one question more than any other has perplexed explorers of...

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