May 26, 2009
Publisher's Description of Redeeming Science
Redeeming Science attempts to kindle our appreciation for science as it ought to be—science that could serve as a path for praising God and serving fellow human beings. Through examining the wonderfully complex and immutable laws of nature, author Vern Poythress explains, we ought to recognize the wisdom, care, and beauty of God. A Christian worldview restores a true response to science, where we praise the God who created nature and cares for it.
In light of the www.TruthAboutAngelsandDemons.com, read Redeeming Science. Through examining the wonderfully complex and immutable laws of nature, author Vern Poythress explains, we ought to recognize the wisdom, care and beauty of God.
“With doctorates in both New Testament and mathematics, and with a solid commitment to orthodox Reformed theology, Vern Poythress is uniquely qualified to write on the theology of science. This is by far the most important book you can read on this subject. I recommend it without reservation.” - John Frame, prof. of systematic theology and philosophy, RTS, Orlando, and former prof. at Westminster, Phila.
Also, read Dr. Poythress' latest WORLD article, "Fountain of Youth".
Dr. Poythress' Additional Writings
Philosophy, Science and the Sovereignty of God; Symphonic Theology: The Validity of Multiple Perspectives in Theology; Understanding Dispensationalists; Science and Hermeneutics: Implications of Scientific Method for Biblical Interpretation; The Shadow of Christ in the Law of Moses; God-Centered Biblical Interpretation; The Returning King: A Guide to the Book of Revelation; The Gender-Neutral Bible Controversy: Muting the Masculinity of God’s Words (co-author); The TNIV and the Gender-Neutral Bible Controversy (co-author).
The Foundations of Christian Scholarship; Hermeneutics, Inerrancy, and the Bible; The New Testament Student and His Field; Inerrancy and Hermeneutic: A Tradition, A Challenge, A Debate; Theonomy: A Reformed Critique; Recovering Biblical Manhood and Womanhood; New Geneva Study Bible; Spirit of the Reformation Study Bible.
“The Use of the Intersentence Conjunctions De, Oun, Kai, and Asyndeton in the Gospel of John,” Novum Testamentum, 1984; “Reforming Ontology and Logic in the Light of the Trinity: An Application of Van Til’s Idea of Analogy,” Westminster Theological Journal 57, 1995; “Why Scientists Must Believe in God: Divine Attributes of Scientific Law,” Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 46/1, 2003.