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Unknown Book 7187281 by C.S. Lewis
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Dec 04, 2009

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My favorite quotes from the book:

"Faith and science will not meet peaceably until each again feels the need of the other. Please do not misunderstand me. A scientist does not need to believe in God to be a scientist, although I am firmly convinced that no adequate philosophy of science can ignore or exclude God. Nor does a man of faith have to know science in order to understand God and His ways with men. But each - faith or science - contributes, or should contribute, in its own way to that fullness of knowledge which makes for healthy, satisfying living." p.75

"One word to Christian young people thinking about a career in science: Don't worry that science will destroy your faith. The only danger lies in being afraid of growing in your understanding of God and in the knowledge and understanding of the world. Don't put faith in God in a little box somewhere and hide it away. Keep it out there with you at college, in the open. Take Christ with you into the classroom and the laboratory. He is ready to be put to this test. The only question is, Are you?" p.80

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message 1: by Danielle (new) - added it

Danielle Great quotes. Sounds intriguing.

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