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The Polkinghorne Reader: Science, Faith, and the Search for Meaning
by John C. Polkinghorne
edited by Thomas Jay Oord
Templeton Press, 2010
Paper: 978-1-59947-315-4
Library of Congress Classification BL240.3.P638 2010
Dewey Decimal Classification 261.55

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ABOUT THIS BOOK

The Revd. Dr. John Polkinghorne is a world-renowned authority in the field of science and religion. His numerous books in this area, written over the past three decades, have been hugely influential. The Polkinghorne Reader brings together key extracts from his writings on core issues such as the nature of science, the physical world, human nature, love, theology, creation, providence, prayer and miracle, time, evil, Jesus, the resurrection, the Trinity, eschatology, and world faiths.
Ideal for readers who are new to Polkinghorne or who are just beginning to explore the interplay between science and religion, this collection will also be welcomed by all who have read his earlier works but would like one handy resource that presents the major facets of his thought in an accessible and systematic fashion.


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