The War on God is part of the heated ongoing debate between the new atheists and traditional Christianity. Packed with ideas, it argues that science must have priority over all else, but then goes on to insist that miracles and paranormal phenomena do exist-witness W. B. Yeats, for example-and should be studied scientifically as never before, for they are the royal road to a possible supernatural realm. The book seeks to merge science and religion and thus reconcile these two components of the human experience. It traces the history of the clash between science and religion from its earliest beginnings to the present day, looks at the current arguments of the two sides, and questions both the conclusions of the new atheists and those of the churches. Ways out of the current impasse are explored.
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