By Ian G. Barbour
Religion and technology is a definitive modern dialogue of the various matters surrounding our figuring out of God and spiritual fact and adventure in our realizing of God and non secular fact and event in our medical age. this can be a considerably elevated and feshly revised model of Religion in an Age of technological know-how, winner of the yank Academy of faith Award for Excellence and the Templeton publication Award. Ian G. Barbour--the premiere student within the field--has extra 3 the most important old chapters on physics and metaphysics within the 17th century, nature and God within the eighteenth century, and biology and theology within the 19th century. He has additionally further new sections on advancements in nature-centered spirituality, info concept, and chaos and complexity theories.
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