Science The Key To Theology: Volume One: Preliminaries

Science The Key To Theology: Volume One: Preliminaries

Science the Key to Theology: Volume One: Preliminaries

Does science have anything to contribute to Mormon theology? Peck argues that it does, and offers this book as an attempt to start a conversation on that notion. But fair warning: The theology ahead will be chaotic, emergent, ecological, and evolutionary. There will be few answers and much with which to argue. If you find yourself arguing with the book as you read it, the book’s purpose will have been fulfilled. Peck hopes the questions you are left with will leave you curious, excited, or angry enough to keep the conversation going.

Review

Imagine that the Mormon view of the cosmos is a giant amusement park and Steve Peck is the world's most excited kid, who runs all over the park, looks in all the mirrors, tries all the rides, and pushes every last button just to see what will happen. Science the Key to Theology is immensely informative. But it is better than that. It is exuberant!
                     --Michael Austin, author of Useful Fictions and Re-reading Job
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There is a sense of wonder and amazement at the universe that permeates Steve's writing. He is our excited tour guide to...

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