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Science and Christian Belief by C. A.…

Science and Christian Belief

by C. A. Coulson

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from back cover: "Professor Coulson is an eminent Methodist and professor of Applied Mathematics at Oxford University. He has written three scientific text books and over 150 research papers, chiefly in the fields of quantum theory and theoretical chemistry. But one of his great interests lies in the relation of science and religion, and he has written two general books and many articles on this subject. In Science and Christian Belief Professor Coulson sets out to show that, far from out-dating and nullifying traditional Christian beliefs, science is essentially a religious activity, playing its part in the unfolding of the nature and purpose of God."
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