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  1. The novel is about Roger Lambert, a theology professor in his fifties, whose rather complacent faith is challenged by Dale, an evangelical Christian graduate student who believes he can prove that God exists with computer science.

    • John Updike
    • 1986
  2. O romance é narrado por Roger Lambert, um professor de teologia na casa dos cinquenta anos, cuja um tanto complacente é desafiada por Dale, um estudante de pós-graduação que acredita poder provar a existência de Deus usando o computador.

  3. 12 de ago. de 1986 · In Roger’s Version, his eleventh novel, published in 1986, John Updike tells the sorry, sexually charged tale of faith-challenged Roger Lambert, 52: disgraced Methodist minister, now a theology professor at a university in an unnamed city on the northeast coast of the US.

  4. 27 de ago. de 1996 · Roger's Version: A Novel. Paperback – August 27, 1996. As Roger Lambert tells it, he, a middle-aged professor of divinity, is buttonholed in his office by Dale Kohler, an earnest young computer scientist who believes that quantifiable evidence of God’s existence is irresistibly accumulating.

  5. 31 de ago. de 1986 · How is Roger, in a tour de force chapter, able to give a minutely circumstantial account of the Cube, the building that houses the university's computer services, where Dale works all night in a...

  6. About Roger’s Version. As Roger Lambert tells it, he, a middle-aged professor of divinity, is buttonholed in his office by Dale Kohler, an earnest young computer scientist who believes that quantifiable evidence of God’s existence is irresistibly accumulating.

  7. 13 de mar. de 2012 · See all formats and editions. As Roger Lambert tells it, he, a middle-aged professor of divinity, is buttonholed in his office by Dale Kohler, an earnest young computer scientist who believes that quantifiable evidence of God’s existence is irresistibly accumulating.