The Book of Strange New Things by Michel Faber
I’m often told that science and religion are at war. I’m not sure I agree—I’m more persuaded by the Thomist way of thinking, which sees these two seeming adversaries as allies, perhaps secret allies at times, but still forced into alignment by the very nature of a universe that cannot support incompatible paradigms. By this view, systems of metaphysics …
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