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

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.