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Making sense of faith in God: How belief makes science possible

Making sense of faith in God: How belief makes science possible
How belief makes science possible This is the third book from Jonathan Clatworthy, a Christian priest and General Secretary of Modern Church which promotes liberal theology. His 120 pages are not about Christianity as such nor does he seek to defend one account of God against others. His opening survey of how we got into our present situation ends with unwarranted optimism: the decline of atheism today and the scientific threat to religion has now subsided.
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Publisher: SPCK
Author: Clatworthy Jonathan
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This book deals with the popular interest in spirituality, and physicists' interest in God, as opposed by the new atheists. It also considers the role of God in a secular society. Modern secularism separates religion from secular knowledge and expects us to explain reality without reference to God. This taboo on God limits our understanding of life as we experience it, and undermines confidence in human knowledge generally.
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