By Russell Stannard
Originally released in nice Britain and now up-to-date and to be had for the 1st time in a U.S. variation, this ebook is a severely acclaimed paintings through a well known theologian-scientist.
Russell Stannard is understood for slicing via hugely technical facts and offering it truly and easily. In Science and the Renewal of Belief he sheds gentle on ways that technological know-how and faith effect one another and will support one another. technology and common sense can't determine trust, he says, yet trust could be proven and renewed with the replaced point of view of recent science.
The many reports of the U.K. variation of his ebook cite his lucid presentation of relativity and quantum thought, and how he makes use of relativity to discover time and eternity, and indeterminacy to touch upon loose will. he's additionally praised for supplying clean perception into unique sin, the pains skilled through Galileo, the matter of soreness, the potential of miracles, the proof for the resurrection, the credibility of incarnation, and the facility of steadfast prayer. through introducing uncomplicated analogies, Stannard clears up misunderstandings that experience muddied the connections among technology and faith, and indicates contributions that the pursuit of actual technological know-how could make to theology.
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