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Protestant Thought and Natural Science presents a concise interpretation of the relations between natural scientists and Protestant theologians from the Reformation to the present day. The book penetrates behind the skirmishes to the underlying issues in a manner not achieved before.

John Dillenberger’s firsthand knowledge of the source material has enabled him to break through the “science-and-religion” stereotype in an account at once complex and interesting.

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