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Miracles and Physics (16012)

Miracles and Physics (16012)

SKU: 16012
  • Miracles do happen though they many not be witnessed by physicists. Classic scoffers at miracles have invariably hidden a doubtful reasoning in their specious references to Newtonian physics. The same is true of some theologian-physicists who take the indeterminacy principle of quantum mechanics for a loophole for miracles. The author, himself a theologian and a physicist, sees in the recognition of miracles a litmus test of sound philosophy and reasoned religion. With an international renown as a historian and philosopher of science, he offers this book as a shield against two dangers: One is the lure of the demythologizers of miracles with their protestations of respect for the demands of the scientific world view. The other is the popularity of those who, in order to keep miracles, offer a mistaken interpretation of modern physics and are left with no miracles at all.

    By Fr. Stanley L. Jaki

    ISBN 978-1-892539-21-2  •  viii + 99 pages  •  softcover 

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