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Hurtling Toward Oblivion

Paperback|Jan 2004
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Progress tempts us to assume that our world will last indefinitely. Dr Swenson invites us to understand the trends of social change, technological advances, and the nature of humankind in this fascinating and disturbing look at our most probable future....


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Progress tempts us to assume that our world will last indefinitely. Dr Swenson invites us to understand the trends of social change, technological advances, and the nature of humankind in this fascinating and disturbing look at our most probable future. 138 pages, NavPress.

Everyone is interested in the results of "progress." In this book, Dr. Richard Swenson explains how and why progress is leading us toward an inevitable crisis and the end of human history as we know it. Using facts of social change, the inevitablility of progress, and the nature of humankind, "Hurtling Toward Oblivion" is a fascinating and disturbing look at the theology of human progress.
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Dr. Swenson looks at the rate of social change, the rapid advance of technology, and the nature of the human heart, drawing disturbing conclusions about our future while offering hope in God.
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Richard A Swenson

Swenson has a B.S. in physics from Denison University and an M.D. from the University of Illinois School of Medicine. He is currently Associate Professor at the University of Wisconsin Medical School.

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