A detailed historical review of the development of religious and scientific thought through the ages. - The beginnings of science and religion. The Jews, their God and their world compared to the Greek. Christianity, its origins and development. The Reformation and the age of reason. Rousseau and the Evangelical Revival. The triumph of nineteenth century science. Modern developments in Science, Relativity, Quantum Physics, Darwinism, the new Biology, Mind and Matter and Soul, Cosmology, the beginning of all things, Time, Chaos, Uncertainty, the limits of reason. A critique of the gulf between modern science and contemporary religion. The need for a dialog between the two. The 'death' of a (supernatural) God and the need for society to accept this and move on to a new understanding of theology and science.
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Horrid!!! Copies the whole "God is dead" idea from years ago and then claims to be a christian. What this book is really about is an attack on Christian belief. The author also is very self absorbed, going on and on and on and on about science as if God and science can not co-exist. Does this to make is seem as if he is too smart to believe the God of the Bible........ then claims to be a christian. Lies!!!!!