Science and Religion, 1450-1900: From Copernicus to Darwin
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Science and Religion, 1450-1900: From Copernicus to Darwin

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Galileo. Newton. Darwin. These giants are remembered for their great contributions to science. Often forgotten, however, is the profound influence that Christianity had on their lives and work. This study explores the many ways in which religion—its ideas, attitudes, practices, and institutions—interacted with science from the beginnings of the Scientific Revolution to the...more
Paperback, 312 pages
Published April 25th 2006 by Johns Hopkins University Press (first published 2004)
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