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Science and faith can - and do - support each other.

Science and Christianity are often presented as opposites, when in fact the order of the universe and the complexity of life powerfully testify to intelligent design. With this comprehensive resource that includes the latest research, you'll witness how the findings of scientists provide compelling reasons to acknowledge the mind and presence of a creator.

Featuring more than 45 entries by top-caliber experts, you'll better understand....

  • How scientific concepts like intelligent design are supported by evidence
  • The scientific findings that support the history and accounts found in the Bible
  • The biases that lead to scientific information being presented as a challenge - rather than a complement - to Christianity

Whether you're looking for answers to your own questions or seeking to explain the case for intelligent design to others, The Comprehensive Guide to Science and Faith is an invaluable apologetic tool that will help you explore and analyze the relevant facts, research, and theories in light of biblical truth.

©2021 William A. Dembski, Casey Luskin, and Joseph M. Holden (P)2022 Tantor

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  • 02-21-22

A brilliant, comprehensive summary of ID

As the adequacy of neo darwinism increasingly fails to explain what science is discovering in the cosmos and biology, this books gives the reader a good introduction to intelligent design.

A thoroughly enjoyable listen to some of the leading advocates of ID. Definitely a recommended book for anyone wishing to have a good introduction to, or broadening of the subject of intelligent design.

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  • 03-10-22

A detailed look at science and Christianity

Up to date, and covers lots of important topics. The narration is good (although a couple of words seemed to have usual pronunciation such as platonism – but lots of technical terms were spot on - well done).
It might have been nice to have a chapter response by someone who disagrees.
Here are the contents:
What Are Science and Faith — and Are They Compatible? by William A. Dembski
How Do We Understand the Relationship Between Faith and Reason? by Joseph M. Holden and Christopher T Haun
Has Science Refuted Miracles and the Supernatural? by Richard G. Howe
Is Christianity at War with Science? by Michael N. Keas
Does Science Conflict with Biblical Faith? by David Haines
Did Christianity Help Give Rise to Science? by John A. Bloom
Can a Christian Be a Scientist (and Vice Versa)? by David Haines and Frank Correa
What Is the Biblical and Scientific Case for a Historical Adam and Eve? by Fazale Rana
On Science and Scientism: What Insights Does CS Lewis Offer? by Terry Glaspey
How Has Evil Been Done in the Name of Science? by Richard Weikart
How Can We Use Science in Apologetics? by Jay W Richards
What About the Historical Relationship Between Christianity and Science? by H. Wayne House
What Is the Evidence for Intelligent Design and What Are Its Theological Implications? by Stephen C. Meyer
Is Our Intuition of Design in Nature Correct? by Douglas Axe
What is Intelligent Design and How Should We Defend It? by Casey Luskin
What Is the Positive Case for Design? by Casey Luskin
Why Does Intelligent Design Matter? by William A. Dembski
Have Science and Philosophy Refuted Free Will? by Michael Egnor
Can Materialism Explain Human Consciousness? by Michael Egnor
Does the Big Bang Support Cosmic Design? by Brian Miller
How Does Fine-Tuning Make the Case for Nature’s Designer? by Hugh Ross
Do We Live on a Privileged Planet? by Guillermo Gonzalez
How Do Solar Eclipses Point to Intelligent Design? by Guillermo Gonzalez
How Does the Intelligibility of Nature Point to Design? by Bruce L. Gordon
Did Life First Arise by Purely Natural Means (Abiogenesis)? by Walter L. Bradley and Casey Luskin
What Are the Top Scientific Problems with Evolution? by Jonathan Wells
How Does Irreducible Complexity Challenge Darwinism? by Michael Behe
Can New Proteins Evolve? by Douglas Axe
Does the Evidence Support Universal Common Ancestry? by Casey Luskin
Can Universal Common Descent Be Tested? by Paul Nelson
Does the Fossil Record Demonstrate Darwinian Evolution? by Günter Bechly
Do Fossils Demonstrate Human Evolution? by Casey Luskin
Is Evolutionary Psychology a Legitimate Way to Understand Our Humanity? by Denyse O’Leary
Does Darwinism Make Theological Assumptions? by Cornelius Hunter
How Has Darwinism Negatively Impacted Society? by John G. West
Do Scientists Have the Intellectual Freedom to Challenge Darwinism? by John G. West
Is Darwinism a Theory in Crisis? by Jonathan Wells
Is Science the Only Means for Acquiring Truth? by David R.C. Deane
Is Theistic Evolution a Viable Option for Christians? by Jay W. Richards
Will Intelligent Machines Rise Up and Overtake Humanity? by Robert J. Marks II
Can Panspermia Explain the Origin of Life? by Guillermo Gonzalez
Does the Multiverse Refute Cosmic Design? by Bruce L. Gordon
What About Human Exceptionalism and Genetic Engineering? by Wesley J. Smith
How Should Christians Think About Origins? by Richard G. Howe
How Should We Think About the Age of the Earth? by David Haines
How Have Christians Helped to Advance Science? by Henry “Fritz” Schaefer III
How Can We Make Sense of Natural Evil? by William A. Dembski
Should Christians Embrace Human Enhancement Science and Technology That Extends Mental and Physical Limitations? by Miguel Angel Endara
Appendix: List of Important Thinkers in the History of the Natural Sciences Who Were Religious by David Haines