From the Mar/Apr, 2013 issue of Touchstone
science Imperial Science by Louis Markos

Book Review

Imperial Science

Where the Conflict Really Lies: Science, Religion, and Naturalism
by Alvin Plantinga

Oxford, 2011
(376 pages, $27.95, hardcover)

Increasingly over the last two decades, Christians have made great strides in taking back science from those who would misuse it as a tool for fostering a naturalistic view of the universe that renders God either non-existent or irrelevant to life on planet earth. Tired of meekly submitting to the oft-repeated but erroneous claim that unguided Darwinian macro-e . . .


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