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God, Humanity and the Cosmos - 3rd edition: A Textbook in Science and Religion
ASIN번호 0567524671
상품상태 New   
상품구분 Books / Religion & Spirituality
총페이지수 528 Pages
판매자 Amazon.com
판매자위치 미국
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$40.54
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Review 'The first edition of this work was unique, in the science-and-religion field, of being a text eminently suitable both for beginners and for those working at its frontiers. This second edition eminently manifests the same admirable qualities by containing chapters - especially valuable for newcomers -expanding the history of the field and by critically surveying contentious issues which have arisen since the first one - such as the nature of divine action, panentheism, kenosis,and biotechnology. An irreplaceable resource.' (Dr Arthur Peacocke, Ian Ramsey Centre, Oxford) Praise for the first edition:'This comprehensive work has the rare virtue of combining readableness with accurate and detailed judgements on the outstanding issues in past and contemporary interactions between science and religion. It is both the book for students we have been waiting for and also a refreshing survey of the field for those currently engaged in it.'—Dr Arthur Peacocke, Ian Ramsey Centre, Oxford 'Not only is God, Humanity and the Cosmos directly addressed to teachers and students, and as such manages to be remarkably accessible; it also carefully addresses all the contemporary issues in the field, but in such a way that it moves the theology and science debate to the cutting edge of the current conversation.' Professor J. Wentzel van Huyssteen, Princeton Theological Seminary "Bringing together an all-British cast of eight academics with specialties in theology, biochemistry, genetics and science education, Southgate has designed a resource ideal for science-and-religion courses. Several student or reader exercises are spread throughout the text." — Science & Theology News, October 2005 'The second edition maintains the five-book organizational structure, with book 1 expanded to include more introductory material related to the science and religion debate. The authors have preserved the suggested discussion exercises and the "note for teachers." The text contains numerous chapter citations for extended treatments of the topics in view, and is replete with notes and references. This book is an important core text for undergraduate or graduate courses in science and religion. Summing Up: Highly recommended. Lower-division undergraduates and up.' J.A. Hewlett, Choice 'makes a good read for someone wishing to find a balance between religious teachings and scientific findings' (Methodist Recorder) 'To write under a title like this, you have to be good! But Christopher Southgate and his team are fully up to the challenge. The first edition of this book was the No 1 volume on my science-&-religion shelves, and this new edition is even better.' 'This includes the most telling analogy I have seen to chronology of earth history: modelling this as a book of 450 pages, the persiod since Abraham would be just the last letter!' 'The volume itself...is exemplary in its awareness of the non-expert in each of its fields. Both scientific and theological terms are meticulously defined - a feature as helpful to the general reader as to the student. There us very lilttle assumption of background knowledge. Managing, nonetheless, to take readers to the forefront of almost every debate is a considerable achievement. I therefore consider this new edition the most broadly-based, maturely considered and lucidly written science-religion overview in the English language. For me, as for Arthur Peacocke, quoted on the cover, it is 'an irreplaceable resource.'' (Neil Spurway Esssat News) 'This new edition [is] the most broadly-based, maturely considered and lucidly written science-religion overview in the English language. For me, as for Arthur Peacocke, quoted on the cover, it is "an irreplaceable resource".' Neil Spurway, ESSSAT News 16.2 Read more About the Author Dr. Christopher Southgate is Research Fellow in Theology at the University of Exeter in England. Read more








상품설명
Review 'The first edition of this work was unique, in the science-and-religion field, of being a text eminently suitable both for beginners and for those working at its frontiers. This second edition eminently manifests the same admirable qualities by containing chapters - especially valuable for newcomers -expanding the history of the field and by critically surveying contentious issues which have arisen since the first one - such as the nature of divine action, panentheism, kenosis,and biotechnology. An irreplaceable resource.' (Dr Arthur Peacocke, Ian Ramsey Centre, Oxford) Praise for the first edition:'This comprehensive work has the rare virtue of combining readableness with accurate and detailed judgements on the outstanding issues in past and contemporary interactions between science and religion. It is both the book for students we have been waiting for and also a refreshing survey of the field for those currently engaged in it.'—Dr Arthur Peacocke, Ian Ramsey Centre, Oxford 'Not only is God, Humanity and the Cosmos directly addressed to teachers and students, and as such manages to be remarkably accessible; it also carefully addresses all the contemporary issues in the field, but in such a way that it moves the theology and science debate to the cutting edge of the current conversation.' Professor J. Wentzel van Huyssteen, Princeton Theological Seminary "Bringing together an all-British cast of eight academics with specialties in theology, biochemistry, genetics and science education, Southgate has designed a resource ideal for science-and-religion courses. Several student or reader exercises are spread throughout the text." — Science & Theology News, October 2005 'The second edition maintains the five-book organizational structure, with book 1 expanded to include more introductory material related to the science and religion debate. The authors have preserved the suggested discussion exercises and the "note for teachers." The text contains numerous chapter citations for extended treatments of the topics in view, and is replete with notes and references. This book is an important core text for undergraduate or graduate courses in science and religion. Summing Up: Highly recommended. Lower-division undergraduates and up.' J.A. Hewlett, Choice 'makes a good read for someone wishing to find a balance between religious teachings and scientific findings' (Methodist Recorder) 'To write under a title like this, you have to be good! But Christopher Southgate and his team are fully up to the challenge. The first edition of this book was the No 1 volume on my science-&-religion shelves, and this new edition is even better.' 'This includes the most telling analogy I have seen to chronology of earth history: modelling this as a book of 450 pages, the persiod since Abraham would be just the last letter!' 'The volume itself...is exemplary in its awareness of the non-expert in each of its fields. Both scientific and theological terms are meticulously defined - a feature as helpful to the general reader as to the student. There us very lilttle assumption of background knowledge. Managing, nonetheless, to take readers to the forefront of almost every debate is a considerable achievement. I therefore consider this new edition the most broadly-based, maturely considered and lucidly written science-religion overview in the English language. For me, as for Arthur Peacocke, quoted on the cover, it is 'an irreplaceable resource.'' (Neil Spurway Esssat News) 'This new edition [is] the most broadly-based, maturely considered and lucidly written science-religion overview in the English language. For me, as for Arthur Peacocke, quoted on the cover, it is "an irreplaceable resource".' Neil Spurway, ESSSAT News 16.2 Read more About the Author Dr. Christopher Southgate is Research Fellow in Theology at the University of Exeter in England. Read more




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