Christianity and the Images of Science
Smyth & Helwys Publishing, Inc., 1998 - 248 pagini
The relationship of Christianity to science can best be handled by isolating images of science that influence Christianity. Henry defines and then reformulates those images, making science more intelligible and Christianity more biblical.
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A Response to Psychology
Psychology and Determinism
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