A Physicist Examines Hope in the Resurrection
Examination of the Significance of the Work of John C. Polkinghorne for the Mission of the Church
Imprint: Wipf and Stock
"Wilson has given us a remarkable window in the place of science, contemporary culture, and Christianity. With an evangelistic ear and eye, he has given the Church and the Academy a helpful resource in navigating the terrain that some have considered impassable."
--Michael J. Gehring, Senior Pastor, Broad Street United Methodist Church, Statesville, NC; Adjunct Professor of Pastoral Theology, Hood Theological Seminary
"Science and theology have too often been at odds in modernity. John Wilson seeks to correct that conflict, and in this helpful text, puts before us a compelling resource of how John Polkinghorne's work provides resources to understand the church's mission in light of physics and modern science. . . . To persons who want to go deeper into the nature of physics and the life of theology, Wilson's book will offer a good first step."
--Andrew Kinsey, Pastor, Grace United Methodist Church, Franklin, IN