Enriching our Vision of Reality Paperback
Theology and the Natural Sciences in Dialogue
by Alister McGrath;
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Creating a considered dialogue between Science and Faith, Enriching our Vision of Reality opens up a new way of thinking.
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Enriching our Vision of Reality
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A scene-setting chapter explores the importance of the human quest for intelligibility.
The focus then moves to three leading figures who have stimulated discussion about the relation of science and theology in recent years: Charles Colson, an Oxford professor of theoretical chemistry who was also a prominent Methodist lay preacher; Ian Ramsey, sometime Bishop of Durham; and John Polkinghorne, theoretical physicist, theologian and Anglican priest.
The latter part of the book features six parallel conversations between science and theology, which lay the groundwork for the kind of enriched vision of reality the author hopes to encourage.
Here, we are inspired to enjoy individual aspects of nature while seeking to interpret these in the light of deeper revelations about our gloriously strange universe.
Enriching our Vision of Reality by Alister McGrath was published by SPCK Publishing in October 2016 and is our 907th best seller. The ISBN for Enriching our Vision of Reality is 9780281075447.
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|Page last updated||8th October 2016|
|Author / Artist||Alister McGrath|
|Publisher||SPCK Publishing (October 2016)|
|Number of Pages||208|