'Polkinghorne impresses with a rare combination of theological sensitivity and technical grasp of the scientific and metascientific issues involved.' --Publishers Weekly
'Polkinghorne is the unquestioned leader in the growing field of science and religion, and by a considerable margin, is its most intellectually credible thinker.' --Karl W. Giberson, co-author of The Language of Science and Faith
'I found this survey of science and theology to be readable, scholarly, well-organized, and insightful as always . . . this is a fine introductory survey that will be helpful to a wide variety of readers.' --John Haught, author of God and the New Atheism
About the Author
John Polkinghorne is past President and now Fellow of Queens' College Cambridge. Former Professor of Mathematical Physics at Cambridge University, he is a priest and Canon Theologian of Liverpool Cathedral. He won the Templeton Prize for Science and Religion in 2002, and is the author of many books, including Quantum Physics and Theology, his autobiography, From Physicist to Priest, and Theology in the Context of Science, all published by SPCK.