publication . Article . Part of book or chapter of book . Other literature type . Book . 1999

Religion and science

L. H. Marshall;
Open Access
  • Published: 11 Jun 1999
  • Country: United States
<jats:p>Philosophical discussion of the relation between modern science and religion has tended to focus on Christianity, because of its dominance in the West. The relations between science and Christianity have been too complex to be described by the ‘warfare’ model popularized by A.D. White (1896) and J.W. Draper (1874). An adequate account of the past two centuries requires a distinction between conservative and liberal positions. Conservative Christians tend to see theology and science as partially intersecting bodies of knowledge. God is revealed in ‘two books’: the Bible and nature. Ideally, science and theology ought to present a single, consistent accoun...
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