Slaying the Dragons: Destroying myths in the history of science and faith (Paperback)Allan Chapman (author)
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Publisher: Lion Hudson Plc
Number of pages: 256
Weight: 322 g
Dimensions: 216 x 138 x 15 mm
Edition: New edition
"A very enjoyable and instructive read." -- Keith Ward, Fellow of the British Academy and Professional Research Fellow at Heythrop College, London.
"From an encyclopaedic knowledge of his subject matter, Dr Allan Chapman systematically exposes the multiple myths and flagrant falsehoods propagated by the so-called `New Atheists'." -- The Revd Dr Rodney D. Holder, The Faraday Institute, Cambridge
"Allan Chapman offers a robust and highly readable response to the 'not-so-New' Atheism." -- Edmund Newell, Christ Church, Oxford
"This is a fascinating, timely and highly accessible study ... after reading this book, no-one can doubt that the supposed clash of science and religion has been greatly distorted." -- John Pritchard, Bishop of Oxford
An excellent section on popular myths on science and religion. -- Bookshelf * War Cry *
Chapman is a committed Christian and a first-class historian of science.This book will appeal to Christians and Athiests alike. The Christians will nod sagaciously, time and again in agreement. The Atheists, new and old, will at least realise some of the huge problems they are up against -- David W Hughes * The Observatory Magazine *
`After an absorbing analysis of popular myths about science and religion, Chapman confronts the lie that science and Christianity are inherently in conflict.' -- Paul Valler * Christianity *
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