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Science's Blind Spot: The Unseen Religion of Scientific Naturalism.

By: HUNTER, CORNELIUS G.

Price: $17.60

Publisher: Brazos Press,: 2007.

Seller ID: 55957

ISBN: 158743170X

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Dimensions: 168 x 227 x 13 mm Weight: 0.252 kilos 170pp In this thought-provoking book, Cornelius Hunter shows that modern science has in fact been greatly influenced by theological and metaphysical considerations, resulting in the significant influence of what he calls ?'theological naturalism. - ? Naturalism is therefore not a result of empirical scientific inquiry but rather a presupposition of science. This bias is science - 's - ?blind spot, - ? and it has profound implications for how scientific theories are evaluated and thus advanced or suppressed. In the end, Hunter proposes a... View more info

Science's Blind Spot: The Unseen Religion of Scientific Naturalism.

By: HUNTER, CORNELIUS G.

Price: $17.60

Publisher: Brazos Press,: 2007.

Seller ID: 48885

ISBN: 158743170X

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Dimensions: 168 x 227 x 13 mm Weight: 0.252 kilos Pages: 176 In this thought-provoking book, Cornelius Hunter shows that modern science has in fact been greatly influenced by theological and metaphysical considerations, resulting in the significant influence of what he calls ?'theological naturalism. - ? Naturalism is therefore not a result of empirical scientific inquiry but rather a presupposition of science. This bias is science - 's - ?blind spot, - ? and it has profound implications for how scientific theories are evaluated and thus advanced or suppressed. In the end, Hunter pro... View more info

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Darwins God: Evolution and the Problem of Evil.

By: HUNTER, CORNELIUS G.

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Publisher: Brazos Press,: 2004.

Seller ID: 93342

ISBN: 1587430533

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Dimensions: 153 x 228 x 14 mm Weight: 0.291 kilos Pages: 192 A study of Darwin that argues that he was driven by theological concerns and the prevailing ideas about God of the time in his formation of his theory of evolution. [Publisher] View more info

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Darwin's God: Evolution and the Problem of Evil.

By: HUNTER, CORNELIUS G.

Price: $11.80

Publisher: Grand Rapids, Michigan:, Brazos Press,: 2002.

Seller ID: 105956

ISBN: 1587430533

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192pp index. Owner adhesive stamp half-title page A study of Darwin that argues that he was driven by theological concerns and the prevailing ideas about God of the time in his formation of his theory of evolution. [Publisher] View more info

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Darwin's God: Evolution and the Problem of Evil.

By: HUNTER, CORNELIUS G.

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Publisher: Grand Rapids, Michigan:, Brazos Press,: 2002.

Seller ID: 107006

ISBN: 1587430533

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Darwin's God: Evolution and the Problem of Evil.

By: HUNTER, CORNELIUS G.

Price: $11.80

Publisher: Grand Rapids, Michigan:, Brazos Press,: 2002.

Seller ID: 119803

ISBN: 1587430533

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192pp index A study of Darwin that argues that he was driven by theological concerns and the prevailing ideas about God of the time in his formation of his theory of evolution. [Publisher] View more info

Darwins Proof: The Triumph of Religion over Science.

By: HUNTER, CORNELIUS G.

Price: $15.30

Publisher: Grand Rapids, Michigan:, Brazos Press,: 2003.

Seller ID: 135454

ISBN: 1587430568

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168pp index Spine faded Do similar features found among different animal species prove a common ancestry? Is evolution purely science, as evolutionists claim, or are there other factors involved? How can we account for the evil in the world? In Darwin's Proof Cornelius Hunter tackles these questions head on, revealing evolution's scientific, philosophical, and theological failures. Following the success of Darwin's God, Hunter delves more deeply into the issues raised in that book. He exposes the weaknesses in evolution's scientific "proof" and reveals its philosophical contra... View more info

Science's Blind Spot: The Unseen Religion of Scientific Naturalism.

By: HUNTER, CORNELIUS G.

Price: $10.60

Publisher: Grand Rapids, Michigan:, Brazos Press,: 2007.

Seller ID: 137484

ISBN: 158743170X

Condition: As NEW


170pp index In this thought-provoking book, Cornelius Hunter shows that modern science has in fact been greatly influenced by theological and metaphysical considerations, resulting in the significant influence of what he calls ?'theological naturalism. - ? Naturalism is therefore not a result of empirical scientific inquiry but rather a presupposition of science. This bias is science - 's - ?blind spot, - ? and it has profound implications for how scientific theories are evaluated and thus advanced or suppressed. In the end, Hunter proposes a better way?'moderate empiricism - ?and show... View more info