This book offers new insight on an old issue. The last two decades of scientific progress have raised new questions about the integrity of religious ideas and values. A range of contributors address the following themes: the Nature of Science, Religion and Technology; Recent Physics and the Design Argument; and the History of Science-Religion Interaction. Contributors: Frederick Ferre, Thor Hall, Stanley L. Jaki, Jacquelyn Ann K. Kegley, Ron Levy, Ronald Mawby, Ernan McMullin, Edward L. Schoen, Mark Shale, George W. Shields, and Dennis Temple. Co-published with the Institute for Liberal Studies.
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About the Author
George W. Shields is Associate Professor at Kentucky State University. Mark H. Shale is Assistant Professor at Whitney Young College of Leadership Studies, Kentucky State University.