Science Meets Faith
Fraser N. Watts
SPCK, 1998 - Religion and science. - 166 pages
What do science and religion have to say to each other? The contributors to this work - all experts in science, philosophy of science and theology - believe that a constructive dialogue is not only possible but vitally important. The book is a guide to this constantly evolving debate.
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