Critical Essays: Philosophical, Theological and Scientific
A nuanced discussion of the connections between philosophy, theology, and science, written by a scholar who is also a values-oriented Christian. Churchich believes--unlike naturalistic theorists and biological evolutionists -- that nature offers a very limited picture of reality, and that our origin and destiny are one in the realm of God.
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