Those interested in the intersection of faith and science, might want to check out the Speaking of Faith website and listen in on their recent broadcast on Quarks and Creation. Here is the teaser:
Science and religion are often pitted against one another; but how do they complement, rather than contradict, one another? We learn how one man applies the deepest insights of modern physics to think about how the world fundamentally works, and how the universe might make space for prayer.
The discussion is with John Polkinghorne, the Canon Theologian of Liverpool Cathedral in England and author of Exploring Reality: The Intertwining of Science and Religion. I have a couple of Polkinghorne’s books but haven’t managed to read them. At one point I wanted to do some serious reading in the field faith and science, but like so many of my plans it faded away. Instead I lurch from book to book with little planning or forethought . . .
Anyway, I plan to listen to the podcast myself and thought others might enjoy it.
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