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# Mathematics: Is God Silent?

by
James Nickel

This book revolutionizes the prevailing understanding and teaching of math. The addition of this book is a must for all upper-level Christian school curricula and for college students and adults interested in math or related fields of science and religion. It will serve as a solid refutation for the claim, often made in court, that mathematics is one subject, which cannot
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Paperback, 434 pages

Published
January 1st 2001
by Ross House Books

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The question this book asks is - if mathematics is just a man-ma ...more

Dec 27, 2010
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Everyone interested in a synthesis of scripture and science

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This book is quite unique. If one could think of any subject which seems to be neutral it would be Math. Yet James Nickel shows the close link between Math and our world explained through the doctrine of creation. In Nickel's words, "A vast gold mine of history, philosophy, and breathtaking revelations of the manifold wonders of God's creation lie behind the mathematical formulae".

This book will expand the reader's horizon of understanding math, scripture, and scientific history in a way comple ...more

This book will expand the reader's horizon of understanding math, scripture, and scientific history in a way comple ...more

Sep 11, 2009
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Nickel's work was one of the books the Lord used over a decade ago to bring me to a reformed understanding of the Faith. The book was a watershed for me then. Now, this 2nd and expanded edition, is even more thorough in its explanation of the Christian worldview and application to all of life. Currently, I have the pleasure of not only enjoying the book again, but reading through it with my oldest son. God is very good!

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James Nickel holds degrees in mathematics (B.A.), theology (B.Th. and B.Miss.), and education (M.A.). He is also a candidate for the M.S. degree (Master of Science in Mathematics with a Teaching Option) from Texas A&M University.

He is married with three grown children and living in Wenatchee, Washington.

Email: jdnickel@juno.com

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He is married with three grown children and living in Wenatchee, Washington.

Email: jdnickel@juno.com

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