Philip Hefner is professor of systematic theology at Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago and director of the Chicago Center for Religion and Science.
God’s Funeral, by A. N. Wilson
What kind of book is Herman Melville's Moby Dick? Is it a book about whaling? In some ways it is—full of empirical information on the subject. Is it a novel about the perennial mystery of evil and its impact on the human spirit? It is that too.
By John Polkinghorne, Belief in God in an Age of Science. (Yale University Press, 160 pp.)
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