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Pages: 384

Language: English

Publisher: University of Notre Dame Press: New edition edition (31 Dec. 1992)

By: Roy A. Clouser (Author)

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This book offers a radical reinterpretation of the general relations between religion, philosophy and science. It claims that scientific and philosophical theories cannot help but have religious presuppositions that control and regulate them. In making the case for this reinterpretation, Clouser also argues that there is a distinctly biblical perspective for theorizing that ought to be adopted by those who believe in God.


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