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J.P. Deals with several issues in the philosophy of science, including realist vs anti-realist approaches to science, the supposed "scientific method," and what science itself is. This book really shook the foundations I had laid regarding science, which turned out to be weak, and has helped me to see science within my whole Christian world view instead of compartmentalizing so called "scientific knowledge."
If you are a science teacher or someone going into the field please read this book. It does not necessarily attempt to advance the Christian world view so much as carefully look at science from a philosophical point of view, so the book is very useful to Christians and Non-Christians alike.
Make sure you take notes as you read this book, it is very dense and important information could easily be missed or forgotten.
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