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An honest look at man's historical quest to understand God, the Universe and the Afterlife.
Lord Robert Winston is one of my all time hero's, and so when i stumbled across this series, I was very anxious to digest all it had to offer. I must admit though that after watching the third and final episode, i was left feeling a little disappointed. Lord Winston takes his time to explore most of the worlds major religions, and tries to explain the rationale behind them, being extra careful not to offend anyone in the process. He then goes on to try and compare religious thought to scientific evidence, seemingly trying to strike some sort of balance between the two. All in all, i cannot help but feel that this is one man's journey ( Lord Robert Winston) to try and understand himself. As being both very religious and scientific at the same time, Lord Robert Winston grapples with Religion, Science, and Himself and desperately tries to strike a balance with all three.
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