Decoding the Language of God: Can a Scientist Really Be a Believer?: A Geneticist Responds to Francis Collins
Decoding the Language of God: Can a Scientist Really Be a Believer?: A Geneticist Responds to Francis Collins by Brand: Prometheus Books at Translate This Website. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. In his bestselling book, The Language of God, Francis Collins—the director of the National Institutes of Health and the scientist who led the Human
Written with admirable clarity for the nonscientist, Decoding the Language of God covers much of the same ground addressed by Collins in his book: the origins of moral behavior, the difficulty of reconciling belief in a good God with the existence of evil. and anthropic coincidences as evidence of God as creator.
Cunningham also devotes chapters to the unreliability of the Bible as a basis for belief; the conflict between naturalistic explanations of reality, which are anchored in scientific research, and supernatural interpretations, which are not; and the many difficulties in conceptualizing the origins of the universe in terms of a personal God.
Unlike recent hostile attacks on religious belief, Cunningham’s respectful, well-reasoned discussion will appeal to open-minded people across the whole spectrum of belief and unbelief.
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