Can Science Explain Everything

Evangelistic book looking at whether science and religion are opposed.

Can Science Explain Everything

Can Science Explain Everything

Can science explain everything? It can often seem that, in the 21st century, we have no need for religion when science has given us so many insights into the mysteries of this universe. Science and religion just do not mix. But is that really the case? Drawing on his own experiences as a scientist and a Christian, and decades of good-natured discussion and debates about the relationship between them, Professor John Lennox suggests how we can see these two presumed foes as good friends-and enjoy and benefit from both of them. Book jacket.

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