Quarks, chaos & Christianity: questions to science and religion

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Crossroad, 1994 - Religion - 102 pages
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In a crystal clear discussion of science and religion and their logical friendship in the search for truth and understanding, Polkinghorne draws on discoveries made in atomic physics to make credible the claims of Christianity, and helps refine Christian perceptions through the knowledge that the new science brings. He discusses belief in God, chaos, evolution, miracles, and prayer, and gives an answer to the question: Can a scientist believe?

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Review: Quarks, Chaos & Christianity: Questions to Science And Religion

User Review  - David Bueche - Goodreads

A great overview of the debate between theology and science which highlights a lot of the similarities in the two schools of thought and moves past the binary presentation, (ie, I'm scientific/I'm ... Read full review

Review: Quarks, Chaos & Christianity: Questions to Science And Religion

User Review  - Zach Waldis - Goodreads

I can't recommend this book enough: simple, powerful and effective in showing that Christianity and science are compatible. Short, well written books are a gift from the almighty. Read full review

Contents

Fact or Opinion?
1
Is There Anyone There?
20
Whats Been Going on?
36
Copyright

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John Polkinghorne, a former Cambridge Professor of Mathematical Physics and now President of Queen's College, Cambridge, is an Anglican priest.

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