Announcement

Collapse

Natural Science 301 Guidelines

This is an open forum area for all members for discussions on all issues of science and origins. This area will and does get volatile at times, but we ask that it be kept to a dull roar, and moderators will intervene to keep the peace if necessary. This means obvious trolling and flaming that becomes a problem will be dealt with, and you might find yourself in the doghouse.

As usual, Tweb rules apply. If you haven't read them now would be a good time.

Forum Rules: Here
See more
See less

Interesting book review

Collapse
X
 
  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

  • Interesting book review

    Here is a book review discussing out of our favorite topics - the philosophy of science.

    http://maartenboudry.blogspot.nl/201...in-age-of.html

    Boudry is a Belgian philosopher, and he's reviewing a book by Kelly James Clark called Religion and the Sciences of Origins. Briefly, Clark is arguing for what is called the Doctrine of the Two Books - the book of nature and the book of scripture. Clark attempts to show that these co-exist, and there is no necessity for conflict between them. Boudry's argument is that the two cannot avoid substantial overlap.

    I'm tempted to copy and paste at length, but whatever portion I choose might distract people from the remainder. It's worth reading.

Related Threads

Collapse

Topics Statistics Last Post
Started by lee_merrill, Yesterday, 10:25 PM
1 response
14 views
1 like
Last Post shunyadragon  
Started by rogue06, 11-22-2020, 08:25 AM
4 responses
56 views
3 likes
Last Post rogue06
by rogue06
 
Started by TheLurch, 11-19-2020, 02:11 PM
1 response
25 views
1 like
Last Post rogue06
by rogue06
 
Started by rogue06, 11-10-2020, 08:50 AM
0 responses
18 views
0 likes
Last Post rogue06
by rogue06
 
Started by shunyadragon, 11-09-2020, 06:36 PM
2 responses
15 views
0 likes
Last Post shunyadragon  
Working...
X