Fifteen Billion Years of Searching for God: Neither Science nor Theology Can Afford to Be Dogmatic
Kaplan, Daniel Lee
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This essay argues that, in the search for truth, the findings of both science and theology are provisional. The author makes a strong case for clergy to stay informed about current science and technology, so that they can challenge their congregations to be skeptical and to develop a mature faith that serves the needs of contemporary life. He sets a healthy example, raising thoughtful questions about the nature of God and the universe.