The Flaw in the Universe Paperback
Natural Disaster and Human Sin
by Adrian Hough;
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The Flaw in the Universe
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The Flaw in the Universe by Adrian Hough was published by John Hunt Publishing in October 2010 and is our 64563rd best seller. The ISBN for The Flaw in the Universe is 9781846943447.
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The Flaw in the UniverseGeorge Taylor, via The Good Book Stall
The argument of science and theology - are they mutually exclusive or contradictory: or are they complementary - has exercised minds for many years. Moving away from the usual science/theology argument based upon modern physics such as cosmology, quantum mechanics and theories of relativity, the author chooses to investigate the questions using chemistry and it’s parallel with Christian doctrine. This book, written by Adrian Hough who has both science and theology degrees from Oxford University, looks at the relationship between science and theology through the perspective of the Second Law of Thermodynamics and its resonance with the Christian doctrine of Original Sin.
The Second Law of Thermodynamics, known to physical scientists and engineers, as well as followers of Flanders and Swann, asserts that “heat cannot flow spontaneously from a colder to a hotter body”. By exploring the relationship between this law and original sin, the author believes that he can demonstrate that the process says something about natural disasters, human evil as well as providing an introduction to the relationship between religion and science.
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|Page last updated||6th June 2017|
|Author / Artist||Adrian Hough|
|Publisher||John Hunt Publishing (October 2010)|
|Number of Pages||220|