How Theology Informs Science

Theology—formerly called “the queen of the sciences”—used to be held in high regard. However, skeptics like Lawrence Krauss continually make derogatory comments about theological topics. Why have many scientists discarded theology as irrelevant? Can we still find practical value in theology when conducting scientific research?

 

Other episodes in this series:

Celebrating a Broken Climate "Pacemaker"

Genesis Compromise Unravels the Bible

How Consistent Are Old-Earth Clocks?

Refuting a Favorite Old-Earth Argument

                  
 

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