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Published by Princeton University Press in Princeton, N.J .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Religion and science,
  • Scientists -- Religious life

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited, with commentary, by Nancy K. Frankenberry.
    ContributionsFrankenberry, Nancy, 1947-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBL241 .F358 2008
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16364542M
    ISBN 109780691134871
    LC Control Number2007048853

      The Faith of Scientists is an anthology of writings by twenty-one legendary scientists, from the dawn of the Scientific Revolution to the frontiers of science today, about their faith, their views about God, and the place religion holds--or doesn't--in their lives in light of their commitment to science. This is the first book to bring. C hristians believe that their faith touches all of life Regardless of the diverse ways that scientists describe their task and the ways this plays out in their own experience, it is clear that science is both understanding and doing - making sense of nature and making "better things for better living" as the earlier du Pont slogan.

    Indeed, their responses bore the hallmarks of a superficial knee-jerk reaction to the sight of the words "science" and "faith" juxtaposed. The most common trap my critics have fallen into is in conflating the explanation of natural phenomena using the laws of physics, with an explanation of the laws themselves.   Not this book! Dr. Baglow takes authentic and unadulterated Catholic teaching and authentic and unadulterated science and shows them to be in wonderful harmony. He makes his own the words of a great scientist, whom he quotes: “Many people think that modern science is far removed from God. I find on the contrary, thatAuthor: Stephen M. Barr.

    Scientists who blast religion are hurting their own cause. his faith. Collins wrote a book called The Language of science—and vociferous in their criticism of scientists who nevertheless Author: Newsweek Staff. The Faith Of Scientists: In their own words. A lucid interplay between scientific and religious ideas. Sunday 22 February Dossier: Observatory of Religions: From Galileo to Richard Dawkins, from Einstein to Stephen Hawking, THE FAITH OF SCIENTISTS illuminates the spiritual beliefs of scientists—in their own words.


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This is the first book to bring together so many world-renowned figures of Western Brand: Nancy K. Frankenberry. The Faith of Scientists is an anthology of writings by twenty-one legendary scientists, from the dawn of the Scientific Revolution to the frontiers of science today, about their faith, their views about God, and the place religion holds--or doesn't--in their lives in light of their commitment to science.

In this book, I try to present and interpret what scientists themselves say about their faith, their view of God, or what today is often called their spirituality.

In twenty-one chapters, the volume brings together primary source documents from books, essays, speeches, letters, or interviews by scientists from the beginning of the scientific. Book Description: The Faith of Scientistsis an anthology of writings by twenty-one legendary scientists, from the dawn of the Scientific Revolution to the frontiers of science today, about their faith, their views about God, and the place religion holds--or doesn't--in their lives in light of their commitment to is the first book to bring together so many world-renowned figures of.

Book Review: The Faith of Scientists In Their Own Words. It is in this vein that a recently published book, The Faith of Scientists: In Their Own Words by Nancy Frankenberry (Ed.), enters as a helpful resource for the layman to approach some of the most fundamental questions in life.

In the first anthology of its kind, Frankenberry has gleaned excerpts from diaries, letters, speeches, essays, and interviews of 21 early and modern scientists. Her findings cover the entire spectrum of belief. pages, hardcover. Princeton University. The Faith of Scientists: In Their Own Words () by Edited by Nancy K.

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It's a good book, but fairly meandering. I wouldn't say there's much of a unifying theme to these writings other than that faith and science are compatible/5. The Faith of Scientists: In Their Own Words. edited by Nancy K. Frankenberry. Introductory Essay by Makarand Paranjape. Engrossing almost from the first page, this volume of what scientists “themselves have to say about God, religion, or the sacred” [vii] is a welcome addition to the growing literature on the relationship between science.

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