Now this book required my serious devotion to the reading, a bit beyond my common understanding but the net result of the read was one that comforted by system of beliefs.Published 9 months ago by Gene Canfield
I enjoyed the book very much.
By the way, my name is not BEN, it is James F. Mcgarvey.
Polkinghome explains this quandary of science and Christianity, while rather technical, in a more clear and concise manner, than I have ever read. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Jim Willson
The book "Quantum Physics and Theology": An Unexpected Kinship is a good read however it is hard to understand how can John Polkinghorne can be part of a local earthy religion like... Read morePublished 17 months ago by M Khan
This is the first book I have read that speaks to the Phenomenology of Theology in the same manner as the Phenomenology of Quantum Mechanics. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Chem_prof
This little book is written with as much thought provoking critical thinking as I've run in to in a very long time.
Dr. Read more