CATHOLICISM AND THE PROGRESS OF SCIENCE by William M. Agar

CATHOLICISM AND THE PROGRESS OF SCIENCE

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The first book in Macmillan's CHRISTENDOM SERIES, a series dealing with topics in the history of Christendom. Agar surveys the development of science and its relationship to Christian thought, particularly the controversies which arose when findings in the fields of geography, astrology and finally evolution unsettled orthodox doctrines. And Agar shows how scientific discoveries can be synchronized with Christian thought, how science can live in harmony with religion.

Pub Date: Sept. 3rd, 1940
Publisher: Macmillan