Science and Christianity: Conflict Or Coherence?

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The Apollos Trust, 2003 - 208 páginas
In Science and Christianity: CONFLICT OR COHERENCE? Dr. Henry F. Schaefer's university lectures have been expanded to full-length essays. Thus we have a first-hand account of the lively current science/Christianity discussions by one of the major participants. Science and Christianity describes why and how Dr. Schaefer became a Christian as a young professor of Chemistry at the University of California at Berkeley. Throughout, the book retains the highly personal character of the university lectures, general respect for those with whom the author disagrees, and a delightful sense of humor.
 

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Contents
1
Scientist and their Gods
7
The Nondebate with Steven Weinberg
37
The Big Bang Stephen Hawking and God
45
Quantum Mechanics and Postmodernism
107
The Ten Questions Intellectuals
137
From Berkeley Professor to Christian
155
The Way of Discovery
173
Appendices
181
Index
193
Noteworthy Comments on the Book
201
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Henry F. Schaefer is one of the most distinguished physical scientists in the world. In addition to being a five time nominee for the Nobel Prize, he has received four of the most prestigious awards presented by the American Chemical Society. His lectures on science and religion have riveted audiences in major universities in the US and over the world.

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