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'Despite the complexity of some of the scientific issues discussed, Questions of Truth is a commendably clear read.' --The Financial Times, February 2009
Standing on the rational bedrock of faith as the 'evidence of things not seen,' Polkinghorne and Beale provide richly nuanced responses to the questions that many seekers are asking. This is simply a fantastic resource.' --Francis Collins, author of The Language of God and former Director of the Human Genome Project
'Wonderfully accessible, informative and authoritative…An ideal starting point for those new to the field, a great stimulus to discussion for those who are already initiated.' --Alister E McGrath, Professor of Theology, King s College, London
John Polkinghorneis one of the world's leading experts on Science and Religion. A world-class physics Professor at Cambridge who became a priest, Founding President of the ISSR and winner of the Templeton Prize, Polkinghorne's publications include Exploring Reality, Quantum Physics and Theology, Quarks, Chaos and Christianity, Science and the Trinity, Living with Hope, and Belief in God in an Age of Science.
Nicholas Beale is a strategist and social philosopher and a longtime collaborator of John Polkinghorne. He is author of Constructive Engagementand coauthor, with Colin Howson, of Sense and Nonsense about God and Science.
The marriage of science and theology is an area that WILL continue. And we will be the beneficiaries of this questPublished 1 month ago by Virginia L. Bennett
Very few people know how to walk between religion and science. Many religious authorities don't really know how to answer some hard questions. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Paulo C. Rios Jr.
I used to say that I am a Christian, but a firm believer of Science. John and Nicholas have allowed me to proclaim that I am both a Christian, AND believer of Science. Read morePublished 6 months ago by David T.
This is a great introductory book to Polkinghorne's great work of bringing theology and science together. Read morePublished 8 months ago by C. Sample
One of my favorite books to teach from and answer questions of students . Well worth the money great resource for students of the BiblePublished 15 months ago by bubba edwin
This book helped me to think about things,as a believer, that I had not considered before. I was hoping some topics would be further fleshed out but for the most part things stayed... Read morePublished 17 months ago by kea
Responses to 51 questions about God, Science and Religious Belief by a man who is a well known scientist and an Anglican Priest. Very authentic and interesting. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Charles P. Poole, Jr.
Absolutely recommend this for all those who want to learn more about how to recognize the Hand of God in all things, whether or not science can explain it.Published 17 months ago by P. Peterson
"All's well that ends well ?"
If so, this is a pretty good book; if not, this wasn't a very good book, not very good at all. Read more