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It is also very well written and easy to read.
I highly recommend this book for anyone who wants a brief and well written description of the impact of science on Christianity and a critique of the New Atheism.
In the book he looks at different aspects of the Christian world view, using the lens of science and theology.
Alister McGrath is an a most respected theologian. The information in this book is relevant and resented in a manner that is readily understood. Read morePublished 16 days ago by Al Motter
Very accessible discussion of the purpose, power and limits of science, and were it bears on greater questions of purpose and meaning. A very good read.Published 20 days ago by Denise Winderbank-lucas
I enjoyed this book as it gives some well thought out ideas to offset some of the popular current thinking of the "new atheists". Read morePublished 8 months ago by D. Krupp
Enjoyed Alister McGrath well researched and convincing argument.
Gained much information from his quotes and apologetics. I want to read more of his writings.
As a :PhD scientist (Stanford, USA, '61) in a hard science (EE), and a Christian believer for many years, I found this book EXCELLENT and enthusiastically recommend it for anyone... Read morePublished 12 months ago by W. Turner
A deeply affecting work, full of insight and profound logic, yet surprisingly accessible. McGrath presents in his best fluid and warmly personal style a compelling case for a... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Sam Matteson
Love the way Alister McGrath addresses issue of faith and science. He is clear, insightful, concise, and provides lots of appropriate footnotes.Published 14 months ago by Mary Ellen Wernow
I suggested this book for study in a Sunday school class I attend. It was taught by a physics professor, and the class, consisting primarily of non-scientists, was deeply... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Libby