All Things Reconciled: A Dialogue with Science from a Reformed Perspective
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Carmer, Gregory W.
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In this essay, the author examines some of the troubled interactions between science and religion in the West, attributing part of the trouble to a reliance upon anthropomorphic models of God and to an illusion of human separateness from the rest of creation. Citing recent findings of biology, neuroscience, and cognitive science, he argues that the human species is religious by its very nature.