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Quarks, Chaos and Christianity: Questions to Science and Religion, 2nd ed.
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Quarks, Chaos and Christianity: Questions to Science and Religion, 2nd ed.

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SPCK 2005

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Overview

Is science fact and religion just opinion? Is there the mind of a creator behind the universe? Can a scientist pray?

John Polkinghorne has spent many years considering and writing about such questions, and now distills that insight and experience into a clear, lively and frank set of answers to these fundamental issues.

This new edition has been fully revised in the light of recent developments in scientific research, and provides a valuable entry point into this fascinating area and to the thought of this key thinker and theologian.

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Key Features

  • Addresses issues in science and religion
  • Explores natural theology along with several different points of interaction between religion and science
  • Discusses how religion and science can in fact benefit each other

Contents

  • Fact or Opinion?
  • Is There Anyone There?
  • What’s Been Going On?
  • Who Are We?
  • Can a Scientist Pray?
  • What About Miracles?
  • How Will It End?
  • Can a Scientist Believe?

Product Details

  • Title: Quarks, Chaos and Christianity: Questions to Science and Religion
  • Author: John Polkinghorne
  • Edition: 2nd
  • Publisher: SPCK
  • Publication Date: 2005
  • Pages: 98

About John Polkinghorne

John Polkinghorne is past president and now fellow of Queens’ College, Cambridge. Former professor of mathematical physics at Cambridge University, he is a priest and canon theologian of Liverpool Cathedral. He won the Templeton Prize for Science and Religion in 2002. His books have been translated into 18 languages so far.