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Winner of the 2002 Templeton Prize!
"There are thinkers whose achievement lies in opening new vistas. There are thinkers whose achievement lies in showing us the true value of what has gone before. With contributions in physics and Christian theology, Polkinghorne succeeds in both," ---Christianity Today.
Number of Pages: 192
Vendor: Yale University Press
|Dimensions: 7.8 X 5 (inches)|
Polkinghorne develops his argument in three sections. In the first, he considers the role of contemporary scientific insights and cultural expectations. In the second, he gives a careful account of the various testimonies of hope to be found in the Bible and assesses the credibility of belief in Jesus resurrection. In the final section he critically analyzes and defends the Christian hope of the life of the new creation.