The Christian View of Science and Scripture
Acutely aware of the imperative necessity for a harmony of science with Scripture, Bernard Ramm here calls for the return of evangelicalism to the tradition of late nineteenth-century conservative scholars, who learned the facts of science and Scripture with patience, care and integrity, and showed with great competence and training that these two can never conflict.
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The Approach that Creates Disharmony
The Approach that creates Harmony
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