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The World in His Hands

A Christian Account of Scientific Law and its Antithetical Competitors

by Christopher Lee Bolt

Imprint: Wipf and Stock

256 Pages, 6.00 x 9.00 x 0.51 in

  • Paperback
  • 9781532636615
  • Published: April 2019

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  • 9781532636622
  • Published: April 2019

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  • 9781532636639
  • Published: April 2019

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From the moment we wake until the time we go to sleep, we are bombarded by the benefits of science in the practical elements of everyday life. Electricity, lights, hot showers, breakfast cereals, clothing, cars, cell phones, roads, security systems, computers, communications, traffic lights, climate control, and entertainment are just a sampling of the many benefits of science. In addition to technological advances, medicine and agriculture progress with science as well. Even educational, political, and marketing strategists invoke science to substantiate their claims. Science dominates the collective Western mindset, and we regard it with the utmost respect. Yet society remains generally religious, even though science and religion are frequently thought of as being at odds with one another. How do we reconcile the two? Christians are taught to believe that God is in control of everything, including the natural elements. But how does God relate to physical laws? Is God in control of the world, or laws of nature? Could both views be correct? This book examines the Christian doctrine of divine providence and its implications for the laws of nature and the problem of induction before contrasting secular and Islamic approaches to these same topics.
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