Christ and the cosmos (Perspective biblique du cosmos)
Treatment of philosophical, historical, scientific and spiritual themes linked to the cosmos in a style that makes the work accessible to all audiences.
Edgar Andrews (1933 -) is Honorary Professor of Materials at the University of London and an international expert on the science of large molecules. In 1967 he established the Materials Department at Queen Mary College, University of London. He has published over a hundred articles and books relating to scientific research, two Bible commentaries, and a few books on science and faith.
Edgar has also been an international consultant for the Dow Chemical Company (USA) for over thirty years, and for the 3M Company for twenty years. He was also a member of the scientific committee of Neste Oy, the Finnish oil company.
In 1986, he debated with Richard Dawkins on the topic “The doctrine of creation is more valid than the theory of evolution.”
He has a pastoral role in a church in North London.
Table of contents
1 Faith and reason
2 Is the theory of evolution scientific?
3 A choice of paradigms
4 Assaults on the Bible
5 A critique of theistic evolution
6 The cosmos: a biblical perspective
7 Christ and the cosmos < / p>
Original title : Christ and the cosmos
Author : Edgar Andrews
Publisher : Europresse
Pages : 158
Weight : 205 g
Publication : 2000
Dimensions : 13, 5 x 21.5 cm
ISBN : 9782906287952
Format : paperback
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