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Cosmology and the Cross: (Version 1.0) Paperback – December 28, 2013
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About the Author
Dr. Edge received his Ph.D. in atomic physics at the University of Virginia. He has worked in the same lab throughout his career, first as part of 3M, then Imation, and now Eastman Kodak. His name is on 44 patents in the area of digital color imaging. He has also been very involved in lay ministry through the Community of Christ the Redeemer for 25 years.
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Highly recommended to both scientists and others.
For the non-believer: Dr. Edge intends to convince the reader that there may be more to faith than naivete and blind following and to present his personal resolutions to the apparent conflicts between science (fact-based, analytical thought) and faith or religion. He can speak to much of the non-believers personal experiences and questions having come to faith from agnosticism as an adult in college.
For the believer: Dr. Edge pushes past some of the comfortable phases that are easy to accept at the level of "Jesus loves me; this I know" and present those same conversation-starting, hard questions as a stimulus to develop an intelligent, robust, adult faith.
He is a physicist and not a philosopher or theologian by profession and as such has an easy to read book accessible to nearly every background. I highly recommend for believers and seekers alike.