'Is nature Enough ... can be recommended not only to all those interested in Haught's theology and/or working in the field of evolutionary biology but also to all those, religious or not, with an interest in these key philosophical issues of truth and epistemology. this, combined with the refreshingly accessible style of Haught's writing result in a book of worth to both students and academics alike.' Louise A. Hickman, Newman University College
John Haught examines 'scientific naturalism', the belief that nothing exists beyond the world available to our senses and scientific inquiry. He seeks to provide a reasonable, scientifically informed alternative to naturalism by embracing the results of analytical research while simultaneously questioning the rational coherence of Darwinistic naturalism.