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Science's Blind Spot: The Unseen Religion Of Scientific Naturalism

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Had evolutionists been in charge, they wouldn't have made the mosquito, planetary orbits would align perfectly, and the human eye would be better designed. But they tend to gloss over their own failed predictions and faulty premises. This title exposes the religious presuppositions of scientific naturalism and suggests a solution.
Paperback, 170 pages
Published June 11th 2007 by Brazos Press (first published June 1st 2007)
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Essential reading. An examination of the religious roots and presumptions of all modern science. Worth reading more than once, as it is a real eye-opener.
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A very understandable survey of the history of Darwinism explaining the theological reasons for the depth of uncritical acceptance of the theory.

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Cornelius G. Hunter (PhD, University of Illinois) is formerly senior vice president of Seagull Technology, Inc., and is currently engaged in molecular biophysics post-doctoral and engineering research in Cameron Park, California. He is adjunct professor of science and religion at Biola University.
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“The term theological naturalism reminds us that the assumption of naturalism in science is neither a result of atheistic influence nor an empirically based scientific finding. It is a consequence of metaphysical reasoning, and the implications for science are profound.” 0 likes
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