Can Scientists Believe: Some Examples of the Attitude of Scientists to Religion

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Routledge, 2013 M11 5 - 188 páginas
In this collection of thought-provoking essays, a range of distinguished scientists and theologians, men and women, young and old, all with strong scientific training and deeply held religious beliefs, in the Judeao-Christian tradition, give their personal answers. They do not always agree, the views of each contributor being informed both by their particular scientific expertise and religious affiliation. They address a wide range of problems that will interest all concerned to reconcile their own religious beliefs with currently-accepted scientific theory and practice. The divergences of opinion are as a significant as the agreements. Positions are thoughtfully explained and make important, often novel and illuminating, contributions to debate on these great issues.

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Introduction
The Scientist as Priest
Scientific Knowing and the Knowledgeof
Probability Belief and Truth
Science and the Christian World View Dr P E HodgsonCorpus ChristiCollege Universityof
The Mystery of Being Human
DistinguishedProfessor Emeritus University of New Yorkat Buffalo
Ya Frenkel Professorofthe Historyof Science Leningrad Faith andReasoninJudaism
Belief inScienceand GodBoth RequireFaith and Logic
University Lubbock
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Sir Nevill Morr was a professor in Bristol from 1933-1954 and head of the Cavendish Laboratory in Cambridge from 1954 until 1971. He was awarded the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1977.

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