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Searching for Truth: Lenten Meditations on Science & Faith

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John Polkinghorne dares to ask the questions that would seem to be too dangerous to ask—and he comes up with some answers which are deeply satisfying to both mind and heart.
Paperback, 156 pages
Published December 1st 1996 by The Crossroad Publishing Company (first published February 25th 1996)
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Efox
Apr 09, 2012 Efox rated it really liked it
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Great Lenten devotional. It is always refreshing to read the words of someone who doesn't see an inerrant disconnect or some fanatical war between science and faith. Polkinghorne is a physicist and a priest and he brings both of those perspectives into his devotions, speaking of the wonders of creation, the amazing way our world works and struggling with many of the hard questions of faith in a unique way. Highly recommend this devotional.
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