An analysis of historical data shows that modern science developed in the medieval period against a background of Christian faith in the creation.
The first systematic treatment of those ideas in Father Jaki’s now more than five-decade-long studies that have earned him the highest forms of recognition.
Questo libro tratta il rapporto fra la fede cristiana in Dio Creatore e la scienza moderna, in uno studio di frontiera.
depicts how Christian faith is reasonable, and is neither blind nor naked.
Senza ragione, il credo degenererebbe nel fondamentalismo: ma senza fede, il pensiero umano può restare incagliato sullo scoglio della propria autosufficienza.
The author argues that only in Christian nations were the circumstances right for science to progress to the point it has today.