Science devoid of faith and faith devoid of science both lead to exploitation of the natural world, argues Gilkey. Seeking to chart a course through artificially opposed reefs of scientism and creationism---and to reconcile both---he offers a theology of nature born of an open appropriation of scientific discovery and insight. 266 pages, softcover from Augsburg/Fortress.
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