"Theology in the Context of Science" is a new work by John Polkinghorne. It explores the ever popular debate of science in religion. Here, Polkinghorne examines how science, rather than debunking theological thoughts and ideals, can support and reinforce the Christian values we hold dear. Polkinghorne continues to insist that science and religion can be complementary - one does not disprove the other, rather they are two ways to look at the really big questions.
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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, and his many books have formed the core of SPCK's prestigious Science and Theology list. His books have been translated into eleven languages so far.Review:
"An important contribution to theology, successfully showing the role that scientific knowledge must play in theological work."-Keith Ward, Oxford University
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