Pascal's Fire: Scientific Faith And Religious Understanding, Volume 13

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Oneworld Publications, 2006 - Religion - 270 pages
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A perspective on the relationship between religion and science in history and the modern world argues that rapidly expanding boundaries of scientific discovery are providing persuasive evidence of God's existence, citing how four major historical discoveries affected humanity's conceptions of God while explaining the author's view of God's role in a scientifically based universe. Original.

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I nibbled at this book from Fall 2007 to Spring 2008. I really appreciated many of the author's points, his approach, the tone and complexity of his argumentation. Unfortunately, the book is stored or ... Read full review

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This book discusses how scientific knowledge impacts religious faith & belief in God. It does a good job of laying out how quantum physics, evolution, cosmology, etc all impact on religious faith & do ... Read full review

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About the author (2006)

KEITH WARD was professor of history and philosophy of religion at King's College. London from 1985-1991 and has since been Regius professor of divinity at the University of Oxford. He is the author of many books, including God: A Guide for the Perplexed(2002) and a trilogy on comparative religion. Religion and Human Nature(1998). Religion and Creation and Religion and Revelation(1994).

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