Faith, Reason and the Natural Sciences. The Challenge of the Natural Sciences in the Work of Theologians
The scope of this book is not to convince non-believers to believe in God, but rather to help them better evaluate the motivations for their unbelief, clarifying that part of these motivations may rely upon an erroneous judgment about what science is or says, or what faith in God is supposed to be or teach. Believers are invited to see how huge and wide-ranging is the cosmic importance of their faith, finding arguments to answer criticisms against its contents. This book is intended to help all, believers and non-believers alike, to practice a sincere intellectual honesty, as we all share the astonishing good fortune of gazing upon this incredible universe, even if the questions we address to it will always exceed the answers we receive.