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I can sum this one up best with one of Albacete s own lines, where he was speaking of the writings of a Jewish philosopher His work is so rich, it invites us to think with him, even if we don t get all the details right I certainly didn t get all the details right much of it a bit was out of the reach of my comprehension but it inspired so much thought and I enjoyed it, especially his discussion of suffering I had the book courtesy of an interlibrary loan and had to return it, but I m I can sum this one up best with one of Albacete s own lines, where he was speaking of the writings of a Jewish philosopher His work is so rich, it invites us to think with him, even if we don t get all the details right I certainly didn t get all the details right much of it a bit was out of the reach of my comprehension but it inspired so much thought and I enjoyed it, especially his discussion of suffering I had the book courtesy of an interlibrary loan and had to return it, but I m looking forward to revisiting it to try and understand him better I wish I could give 3.5 stars.A very interesting book, with real gems hidden inside But a little too meandering for me, personally. I think my favorite part of the book was his writing on suffering Why I hope my last word as I drop dead is this question Why When a loved one or innocent one suffers, the question of why, the demand for justice, surges out of the human heart and breaks through all attempts to suppress it. This is a great book A priest physicist talks about science, sex, politics, and religion.Monsignor Albacete, is a genuine gift, he always brings fresh clear insights to the reality of life, whether you are lucky enough to meet him in the flesh, or through the written word. (Read Pdf) ⚛ God at the Ritz: Attraction to Infinity A Priest Physicist Talks About Science, Sex, Politics, and Religion æ A priest shares his funny, insightful story of the night he defended his faith at a national media convention, answering big questions touching on life after death, science and religion, and religion and politics