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Astronomer-historian Owen Gingerich rebuts the claim made by Stephen Jay Gould that science and religion are non-overlapping magisteria with no influence on each other. He does so by carefully analyzing three scientific discoveries whose full significance is only clarified through metascientific assessment. Gingerich s argument is scholarly, yet the writing is so clear and lively that it is readily accessible.--The Rev. Dr. John Polkinghorne, KBE, FRS" A rich volume you ll want to keep in your library.--John Farrell"Forbes.com" (09/18/2014)" Eminent scholar Gingerich shows how religious perspectives have played significant roles in major scientific discoveries and frameworks This enlightened Christian s goal is to show that Steven J. Gould s allegedly non-overtapping magisteria (NOMA), namely science and religion, are actually constantly overlapping "God s Planet" is fascinating in its wealth of information and insights.--V. V. Raman"Choice" (04/01/2015)" [A] short, punchy, accessible, and thought-provoking book... What sets this book apart from others dealing with the science-religion debate is that rather than dealing in generalities, the author illustrates his viewpoint by focusing on three case studies related to the work of three scientists, Nicolaus Copernicus, Charles Darwin, and Fred Hoyle. The introduction of personal details concerning these thinkers makes what is already an easy read even more enjoyable and engaging.--Russell Stannard"Christian Century" (02/04/2015) A rich volume you'll want to keep in your library.--John Farrell"Forbes.com" (09/18/2014) Eminent scholar Gingerich shows how religious perspectives have played significant roles in major scientific discoveries and frameworks...This enlightened Christian's goal is to show that Steven J. Gould's allegedly non-overtapping magisteria (NOMA), namely science and religion, are actually constantly overlapping...God's Planet is fascinating in its wealth of information and insights.--V. V. Raman"Choice" (04/01/2015) Astronomer-historian Owen Gingerich rebuts the claim made by Stephen Jay Gould that science and religion are 'non-overlapping magisteria' with no influence on each other. He does so by carefully analyzing three scientific discoveries whose full significance is only clarified through metascientific assessment. Gingerich's argument is scholarly, yet the writing is so clear and lively that it is readily accessible.--The Rev. Dr. John Polkinghorne, KBE, FRS I thought I knew all I needed to know about these characters--Copernicus, Darwin, Hoyle--who shaped our modern view of the cosmos. Now Owen Gingerich provides new facts and deeper understanding of all three of them.--Freeman Dyson

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Many scientists look at the universe and conclude we are here by chance. The astronomer and historian Owen Gingerich looks at the same evidence--and the fact that the universe is comprehensible to our minds--and sees it as proof for the intentions of a Creator-God. The more rigorous science becomes, the more clearly God's handiwork can be understood.

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