Summary: Blackwell (philosophy, Saint Louis U.) looks at probably the most famous example to investigate why the tension between Christianity and science is so strong and continues to persist after centuries. He identifies key factors and formulates a series of lessons about the stormy relationship and the suitable behavior of scientists. The annual lecture is delivered at Marquette University, Blackwell's in February 1998. No index. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.Edition/Copyright: 98
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