"It may seem bizarre, but in my opinion, science offers a surer path to God than religion…science has actually advanced to the point where what were formerly religious questions can be seriously tackled" (Paul Davies, Astrophysicist). Anthony Walsh's latest riposte to atheistic arguments against God's existence draws on Natural Theology, a knowledge of God based on evidence from both the natural and social sciences. Covering everything from the Big Bang and the origins of life to the mystery of intelligent consciousness, Walsh makes even the most technical scientific writings accessible to the general reader and tackles a question few books on the relationship between science and religion have ever sought to address: how does Christianity positively affect societies, families, and individuals in terms of democracy, justice, happiness, health, and prosperity?
Anthony Walsh is the author or co-author of 42 books and over 150 peer-reviewed articles, including a number related to the present work. His primary areas of teaching and research are biosocial science (the intersection of genetics and neurobiology with the social sciences). He has taught at Boise State University in Idaho for 34 years. Before entering academia, he was a marine, police officer, and probation officer. His work on the neurochemistry of love led to appearances on the Phil Donahue Show and Nippon TV (Japan).
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