Description: Many of us would like to reconcile our faith in science with our belief that the Bible is Truth. Until now, there have seemed to be only two ways to do this: proclaim the Bible to be poetry, and stop trying to make sense of its contradictions (a polite way of ignoring them); or proclaim that religion and science have nothing to do with one another, and consider each without reference to the other. But can science really say nothing about the ultimate nature or purpose of life? And is religious faith supposed to ignore the empirical experience of life? There is a third possibility: the Bible and science can be seen as different perspectives on a single whole. In The Science of God, distinguished physicist Gerald Schroeder offers a wide-ranging and brilliant discussion of such topics as free will, the development of the universe, the origin of life, and the origin of man, arguing that the latest science and a close reading of the Bible are not just compatible but interdependent.
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