Tag Archives: Science and faith

Can a Scientist Believe in Miracles?

Readers should view this book as one Christian scientist’s concise, informed opinion on a vast number of interdisciplinary questions. Not every Christian, scientist, or Christian scientist will agree with its entirety. Still, its combination of intellect and heart holds appeal for anyone interested in the intersection of faith and science.

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Mere Science and Christian Faith: Bridging the Divide with Emerging Adults

Emerging adults, those between the ages of 18 to 30, stand in a precarious position when it comes to the connection between faith and science. And, the emerging pluralistic ideals of tolerance and pick-and-choose-religions don’t help the equation. Cootsona addresses the forerunners that have widened the divide between science and faith: the four horsemen of atheism (such as Darwin), the false dichotomy of information presented in Scripture versus that discovered in science, and the church’s anti-science sentiments.

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