In The Science of God, distinguished physicist and biblical scholar Gerald Schroeder compares key events from the Old Testament with the most current findings of biochemists, paleontologists, and physicists, arguing that the latest science and a close reading of the Bible are not just compatible but interdependent. In the vein of Francis Collins's The Language of God, The Science of God explores how religious belief is enhanced by an open-eyed investigation of the world and how honest science must be humble in the face of life's extraordinary richness. Schroeder's is an important voice in the raging debate between science and religion, and his insights into miracles, the origins of the universe, the origins of life on Earth, and the meaning of free will make The Science of God more relevant than ever.

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