Encyclopedia of science and religion, Volume 2

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Macmillan Reference, 2003 - Religion - 1050 pages
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Publisher description: How do the latest medical developments affect our beliefs in faith's healing power? Can artificial intelligence compare with human consciousness? Are genetic engineers interfering with Nature's work? This reference work deals with these questions and others, examining the issues and the history associated with the complex relationship between science and religion. Articles by scientists of many fields, philosophers and thinkers from all the major world religions present a variety of perspectives on the major scientific discoveries of our time and their effects on our religious belief system.

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Contents

Section 1
477
Section 2
497
Section 3
503
Section 4
533
Section 5
535
Section 6
584
Section 7
593
Section 8
610
Section 18
738
Section 19
743
Section 20
797
Section 21
799
Section 22
806
Section 23
846
Section 24
854
Section 25
859

Section 9
627
Section 10
632
Section 11
635
Section 12
637
Section 13
685
Section 14
694
Section 15
704
Section 16
711
Section 17
713
Section 26
890
Section 27
893
Section 28
909
Section 29
910
Section 30
913
Section 31
925
Section 32
931
Section 33
933
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About the author (2003)

Van Huyssteen is Professor of Systematic Theology and Head of the Department of Biblical Studies at the University of Port Elizabeth in South Africa.

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