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Polkinghorne, former professor of physics at Cambridge University and esteemed writer on questions of the interaction between science and religion, is a kind of antidote to Richard Dawkins and Sam Harris for the intellectual theist or Christian. Beale, a former student of Polkinghorne, helps him field the questions that form the structure of this intriguing book, which tackles the existence of God, the "anthropic principle," evil, and prayer. A thought-provoking work giving language and rationale to the believer daunted by contemporary atheistic argument. For most collections.