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The Soul of Science


Why should science and faith be separate?

Audience Students (grades 8+) and parents seeking a Christ-centered view of science; recommended in Classical Conversations communities for Challenge B
Accessibility Challenging
Preparation None
Ease of use Large font size, clearly organized, and lots of citations for reference
Author Nancy R. Pearcey and Charles B. Thaxton
Page Count 304
Format Paperback
Publication Date 1994

General Description

This book is meant for directors and parents who really want to understand a Christ-centered view on science. Nancy Pearcey (who co-authored How Now Shall We Live? with Charles Colson) examines the story of the men who explored the mysteries of the universe and their motivation, arguing that science is always a Christian activity. This is not an easy read, but it is worth reading many times over and is useful as a reference book on how to respond to those in the scientific community. We hope students will be encouraged to read portions of the text at home.