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 John Polkinghorne: The Friendship of Science and Religion

John Polkinghorne worked for many years as a theoretical elementary particle physicist.  From 1968 to 1979 he was Professor of Mathematical Physics in the University of Cambridge, before resigning to train for the ministry of the Church of England.  He is an Anglican priest and a Fellow of the Royal Society and was knighted by the Queen in 1997.

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 John Polkinghorne: The Friendship of Science and Religion

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Presented at the 'Cosmos and Creator'conference sponsored by the C. S. Lewis Institute and the Discovery Institute

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Physics and Cosmology
The Relation of Science & Religion
Purpose and Design
Was the Universe Designed?
Did the Universe Have a Beginning?
The Argument From Design
The Anthropic Principle
Books on Science and Religion