Physicist, theologian, author, and Anglican priest, John Polkinghorne is well-known and respected for his writings on the relationship between science and religion. His works emphasize the integral role science plays in understanding core Christian beliefs. In 12 volumes, he presents a scientific, analytical, and rational perspective on various aspects of the Christian religion, including creation, theology, and Christianity’s central tenets. Polkinghorne tackles the thorniest issues in theology, addresses recent developments in scientific research, and answers questions that arise at the intersection of science and religion. This collection includes Polkinghorne’s autobiography, following the development of his thoughts and tracking his journey from scientist to theologian.
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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.