Rebuilding the Matrix

Rebuilding the Matrix : Science and Faith in the 21st Century

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Contents Introduction Ch 1: Why Do We Believe What We Believe? Ch 2: Science and Savages Ch 3: God's Funeral, Science Triumphant? Ch 4: The Bridge to Disenchantment Ch 5: Aristotle's Ghost Ch 6: Hubble's Warning Ch 7: The Warfare Merchants Ch 8: Reweaving the Rainbow Ch.9: Headquarters Nights Ch 10: The Fox and the Hedgehog Ch 11: Determined to Love? Ch 12: King of Infinite Space? Ch 13: Impossible Events Ch 14: Science With a Human Faceshow more

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  • Hardback | 512 pages
  • 156 x 234mm | 897g
  • Lion Hudson Plc
  • Lion Books
  • Oxford, United Kingdom
  • 0745912443
  • 9780745912448

Table of contents

Contents; Introduction; Ch 1: Why do we believe what we do believe? Ch 2: Race in the 19th century: an example from history; Ch 3: Science, faith and secularisation; Ch 4: The Roots of Modern Science: 1. From the Greeks to the scientific revolution; Ch 5: The Roots of Modern Science: 2. Some early tensions between science and faith; Ch 6: The Roots of Modern Science: 3. Science in support of conflicting ideologies; Ch 7: The Roots of Modern Science: 4. Drawin, evolution and the Victorian conflict thesis; Ch 8: Scientific knowledge and religious knowledge; Ch. 9: Creation and evolution; Ch 10: Does evolution have any religious implications? Ch 11: A critique of evolutionary naturalism; Ch 12: God and the new cosmology; Ch 13: Miracles; Ch 14: Science with a human faceshow more

About Denis Alexander

Dr Denis Alexander is joint editor of the journal Science and Christian Belief and works at The Babraham Institute in Cambridge, where he is Chairman of the Molecular Immunology Programmeshow more

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