The science and religion discussion is awash with books—the good, the bad, and the ugly. But after a while one can start to get the feeling that many of those books are going over the same old ground again and again.
That is not the case with Michael Hanby's No God, No Science? Theology, Cosmology, and Biology (Chichester, UK: Wiley-Blackwell, 2013). This book really has something new and explosive to say. It is far and away the most stimulating and thought-provoking science and religion book I have read.
Rather than summarize it, here is the author himself giving a sixteen-minute overview.
Be warned. The book is VERY long, VERY expensive, and VERY intellectually dense and demanding. But be aware: it is freaking awesome!
- Robin Parry
- Robin Parry is the husband of but one wife (Carol) and the father of the two most beautiful girls in the universe (Hannah and Jessica). He also has a lovely cat called Monty (who has only three legs). Living in the city of Worcester, UK, he works as an Editor for Wipf and Stock — a US-based theological publisher. Robin was a Sixth Form College teacher for 11 years and has worked in publishing since 2001 (2001–2010 for Paternoster and 2010– for W&S).