Thomas Henry Huxley was a prominent member of the scientific community and an early advocate of evolutionism. His work and public debates served to explore this idea and to usher in widespread acceptance, forming the foundation of our current understanding of biology and the place of man in the cosmos. Evolution and Ethics is a work which highlights the ethical and theological implications of the theory of evolution.
A heartbroken widow journeys to five countries searching for a sign of life from her late husband and discovers that death is not the end. Signs of Life, Love, and Other Miracles delivers hope that death is not the end for both believers and non-believers. The author discovers how other cultures celebrate death and embrace the afterlife in various celebrations and ancient customs as she travels through Mexico, Egypt, Thailand, Wales, and Italy.