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Questions of Truth by John Polkinghorne
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Aug 19, 09

bookshelves: non-fiction, philosophy, theology, science, poitical-thought
Read in August, 2009

John Polkinghorne is a highly respected physicist and an Anglican priest. He and his partner Nicholas Beale present the case, through answers to questions from people who read their blog, for the existence of God and for reconciling science with faith. These are not fundamentalists, they don't read the bible literally and the science is great. They admit that God's existence can be neither proved nor disproved. Very thoughtful and generous even towards those who ridicule religious belief. The writing is not as much fun as it could be.
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