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Free Press The Science of God: The Convergence of Scientific and Biblical Wisdom

"Schroeder is very lucid in explaining difficult scientific concepts, such as the passage of time according to the theory of relativity, and religious data, such as the original Hebrew words. His fresh, judicious correlation of ideas from science and Genesis 1 is compelling. Highly recommended,"---Library Journal. 256 pages, softcover. Free Press.
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Product does a great job regarding appologetics

Date:November 1, 2013
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The book presents, in an easy to read format, the connection between the Bible and science. The explanations are plausable.
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The best science / faith book I've read

Date:July 26, 2012
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Schroeder's work is awe-inspiring. He shows how time relativity contributes understanding to the 'age of the universe' question. And he shows how the latest scientific findings completely support the Genesis account of creation. Schroeder is careful to use ancient Biblical commentaries (rabbis of pre-modern-science era) when there are passages that require interpretation. The Bible and Science are a hand-in-glove fit and modern science is beginning to sing the praises of the God of the Holy Bible.
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