A lively and accessible conversation on science and Christian faith (cosmology, evolution, and historical study of the gospels). ^Has science killed God? How, if at all, are we to think^God in the scientific twenty-first century? That question...
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A lively and accessible conversation on science and Christian faith (cosmology, evolution, and historical study of the gospels).
^Has science killed God?
How, if at all, are we to think^God in the scientific twenty-first century?
That question is at the heart of this introductory yet intelligent book in which Michael Pfundner talks to biblical scholar and biochemist, Ernest Lucas.
^^^The conversation engages three broad areas:
The Sky: as our scientific understanding of the universe its vastness, its age, and its origins has increased, have the stars stopped declaring the glory^of God?
^^^The Cell: what place is there for a good creator amidst the random genetic mutations and brutal processes of neo-Darwinian evolution? How can mere naked apes think of themselves as being made in the image of God? Did Genesis get it wrong?
^^^The Faith: has the recent work of historians and archaeologists undermined traditional Christian belief in the historical reliability of the gospels and in Jesus' resurrection?
Michael Pfunder is the co-author of the book Think God, Think Science.
Ernest C. Lucas (Ph.D in Biochemistry; Ph.D., University of Liverpool in Old Testament) is vice-principal and tutor in biblical studies at Bristol Baptist College. He is the author of a number of scholarly articles on the book of Daniel and a major commentary in the Apollos Old Testament Commentary series, at the popular level he has written, Can We Believe Genesis Today?, Ezekiel (People's Bible Commentary), Exploring the Old Testament, Volume 3: A Guide to the Psalms & Wisdom Literature. and most recently Think God, Think Science with Michael Pfunder.
Koorong - Editorial Review.