- Author:Vernon H. Mark
- Publisher:Mariner Books (January 6, 1993)
- Pages:244 pages
- Subcategory:Memory Improvement
- FB2 format1343 kb
- ePUB format1369 kb
- DJVU format1492 kb
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Mark Vernon is a writer, broadcaster and journalist. He writes for The Guardian, The Philosophers' Magazine, Financial Times and New Statesman. He has appeared on BBC Radio 4's In Our Time. Vernon was formerly a Church of England priest, but has since become an agnostic Christian, a position about which he now writes and speaks. Vernon has a degree in theology from the University of Oxford and another theology degree and a physics degree from Durham University.
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