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"I cannot think of a more trustworthy guide than John Polkinghorne, who holds up both ends of the science/faith debate." Philip Yancey, author, Disappointment with God
"The revealing story of an influential Christian and brilliant physicist whose life trajectory has been astonishingly unexpected. Written with sensitivity and clarity, this extraordinary spiritual biography illuminates one of the leading figures in our contemporary science-and-religion dialogue." Dr. Owen Gingerich, Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, and author, God's Universe
"An interesting and perceptive study of the life of a great and thoughtful person, who emphasized the relation between science and religion." Charles Townes, winner, Nobel Prize for Physics, and professor of physics, University of California
Review of ‘Quantum leap: how John Polkinghorne found God in science and religion by Dean Nelson and Karl Giberson.
CITATION: Nelson, D. and Giberson (2011). Read more
This true story is an amazing account of a physicist who becomes a catholic priest, and what he learned along the way. How science and religion can intertwine. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Lavendar
I give this book 3 stars, the mean average of 5 for Polkinghorne's ideas and 1 for the quality of Nelson's/Giberson's writing. Read morePublished on August 25, 2012 by Marilyn