This book examines the methods of two potential paths to truth, science (physics) and religion (Christianity). Both contain inherent limitations. Scientists often regard Christians as naAmve because they accept subjective facts. Christians regard materialists as blinded by narrow vision. These and other issues in histories of science and Christianity are comparatively examined to discover the most reliable method for identifying truth. Comparative criticism provides deeper insights into both methods rather than a study of each by itself.A Comparison of Scientific and Christian Belief Barton E. Dahneke. 29 See, e.g., Bible, Acts 3:19-21. ... 41 History of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Second Edition Revised, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Deseret Book Company, Salt Lake City, 1960, Volume IV, ... 58 Bible, Matthew 12 :30.
|Title||:||Define Universe and Give Two Examples|
|Author||:||Barton E. Dahneke|
|Publisher||:||Barton Dahneke - 2006-01-01|