In essence, modern biology has grown up alongside Frankenstein and the science fiction genre.
You are all but guaranteed to learn something new about God’s creativity as expressed through nature’s endless forms and to enjoy a chuckle in the process.
Are there laws that prescribe how the world behaves, or are what we call the laws of nature simply our descriptions of the behavior we observe?
If politics applies truth to arrive at policies, and if science is a way of discovering truth, then the two will inevitably be intertwined.
Congregations, Neighborhoods, Places is “an attempt to think with congregations, particularly congregations in cities, about how social science can both help churches become more aware of themselves and of those who live around them” (19).