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The Galileo Connection: Resolving Conflicts Between Science and the Bible

The Galileo Connection: Resolving Conflicts Between Science and the Bible

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Hummel sets some age-old controversies in historical perspective by telling the fascinating stories of Copernicus, Kepler, Galileo and Newton. Through their eyes we see how science flourished and floundered under the influence of the church, setting the scene for modern conflicts. Hummel then turns to the Bible, discussing its relationship to science, the place of miracles and the biblical account of the origin of the universe.

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SKU 2022
Author Hummel, Charles E.
Translator 闻人杰 等译,台湾大学教授曹恒伟 审校
ISBN 978-7-227-03605-0
Publisher 宁夏人民出版社
Publication Date 2008年1月
Format 16K
Number of Pages 252页;300千字
List Price CN¥29.80
Hummel sets some age-old controversies in historical perspective by telling the fascinating stories of Copernicus, Kepler, Galileo and Newton. Through their eyes we see how science flourished and floundered under the influence of the church, setting the scene for modern conflicts. Hummel then turns to the Bible, discussing its relationship to science, the place of miracles and the biblical account of the origin of the universe.

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