'This volume of essays, written by experts in their fields, should become the gold standard on the subject for its comprehensive and cogent treatment.' --Christopher Benson, First Things.
'There aren't any equations or diagrams. It's not your standard easy-going popular science. But I would thoroughly recommend this book to anyone who wants to step back and take a look at the broader picture.' Tim Middleton
'Both challenging to graduates and accessible to the layman.' Religion
This collection of essays by historians, philosophers, scientists and theologians explores the impact of religion on the origins and development of science, religious reactions to Darwinism, and the link between science and secularization. It also offers in-depth discussions of contemporary issues, with perspectives from cosmology, evolutionary biology, psychology, and bioethics.See all Editorial Reviews
I purchased this book because it was the subject of a philosophy seminar. We were going to spend 12 weeks dissecting it. Read morePublished on June 22, 2013 by B. Centre
I consider this book not only worthless, but an illogical comparrison to scientific rationale. (There were ten people , retired adults from both scientific and religious... Read morePublished on February 5, 2013 by Sandra J. Whippie