The Limitations of Scientific Truth: Why Science Can't Answer Life's Ultimate Questions

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Kregel Publications, 2005 - Religion - 300 pages
A scientist examines the inherent limitations of scientific truth and shows us why biblical truth is the only authority that can be completely trusted. For many people, science can be a seductive alternative to biblical truth and mdash;but how trustworthy are the truth claims of science? Nigel Brush, a scientist and a Christian, shows how science is only one avenue for seeking truth and how the conclusions it derives are not greater than truths acquired by other means. In this penetrating analysis of scientific inquiry, Brush examines the boundaries of scientific truth and provides reassurance that we can hold to limited scientific truth and mdash;as long as it is coupled with the absolute truth found in God's Word.

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About the author (2005)

Nigel Brush (Ph.D., UCLA) is professor of geology at Ashland University in Ohio. A committed Christian and scientist, he has supervised numerous archaeological excavations and conducted geological fieldwork in eastern and western North America and England. He and his wife, Anne, live surrounded by farms and forests on a ridge overlooking the town of Wooster, Ohio.

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