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5.0 out of 5 stars Christianity and the cosmos - a profound read.
This book could blow your mind - it did mine. Prof. Ward paints the biggest picture of all - the whole cosmos, from beginning to end, from a scientific Christian perspective. I won't say I couldn't put it down; I had to - there was so much to chew over. But the dazzling scope and integrated glory of Ward's vision kept me coming back for more. This is heavy reading and...
Published on 9 Dec 1998

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3.0 out of 5 stars Fair
Starts well but gets a bit bogged down in too much philosophy. I like Keith Ward but was a bit disappointed with this one
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5.0 out of 5 stars Christianity and the cosmos - a profound read., 9 Dec 1998
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This review is from: God, Faith and the New Millennium: Christian Belief in an Age of Science: Future of Christian Belief (Paperback)
This book could blow your mind - it did mine. Prof. Ward paints the biggest picture of all - the whole cosmos, from beginning to end, from a scientific Christian perspective. I won't say I couldn't put it down; I had to - there was so much to chew over. But the dazzling scope and integrated glory of Ward's vision kept me coming back for more. This is heavy reading and there are probably few who will agree with all that is said. Nevertheless, it is a fascinating and enlightening read.
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5.0 out of 5 stars A Mastermind Speaks, 31 Aug 2009
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Ward's 1998 book is a spectacular masterpiece of authoritative, original, provocative, thrilling, visionary integr-
ation of the scientific and the faith outlooks. I have read and wrestled with countless theological tomes over 40 years, but have never been so stunned by a breath-taking treatise as this one. If I had to select 3 indispensable Christian books to comfort me, along with the Bible itself, on a desert island, I believe this would be one of the 3. Urgently and passionately recommended. It's the sort of book you'll need to read and read again, marking passages and mulling over revelatory insights. But the rewards will be marvellous. Other theologians can shut up shop and go home!
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5.0 out of 5 stars God, Faith and the New Millennium by Keith Ward, 4 Nov 2012
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A superb read for anyone interested in the relationship between science and religion. This should be a set book for all those training as clergy since it will give them a profound understanding of how science does not conflict with religion and it will also enable them to counteract the aggressive atheism that is preached these days. I only wish that every adult in the land would read this enlightening book.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Fair, 4 Mar 2013
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Starts well but gets a bit bogged down in too much philosophy. I like Keith Ward but was a bit disappointed with this one
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