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Confronting Religious Denial of Science : Christian Humanism and the Moral Imagination.

Author: Catherine M Wallace
Publisher: Eugene : Wipf and Stock Publishers, 2016.
Series: Confronting fundamentalism.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Confronting Religious Denial of Science: Christian Humanism and the Moral Imagination traces the cultural backstory of contemporary conflicts between biblical literalists who oppose evolution and ""New Atheists"" who insist that religion is so pernicious it should be outlawed, if not exterminated. That's a clash of fundamentalisms. It's a zero-sum game derived from high Victorian misunderstanding of both religion  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Wallace, Catherine M.
Confronting Religious Denial of Science : Christian Humanism and the Moral Imagination.
Eugene : Wipf and Stock Publishers, ©2016
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Catherine M Wallace
ISBN: 9781498228749 1498228747
OCLC Number: 964403828
Notes: Pages:1 to 1.
Description: 1 online resource (1 page)
Series Title: Confronting fundamentalism.

Abstract:

Confronting Religious Denial of Science: Christian Humanism and the Moral Imagination traces the cultural backstory of contemporary conflicts between biblical literalists who oppose evolution and ""New Atheists"" who insist that religion is so pernicious it should be outlawed, if not exterminated. That's a clash of fundamentalisms. It's a zero-sum game derived from high Victorian misunderstanding of both religion and science. The God whom science supposedly replaces is the Engineer Almighty sitting at his keyboard, controlling every event on earth. But that's not a viable concept of God. Far b.

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