Why I Believe in Science and Believe in God: A Credo

Zygon 39 (3):535-539 (2004)
The conflict between science and religion is not irremediable: the world concept of science is changing, and the change brings about a rapprochement with religious beliefs in some fundamental areas. One such area is the question of original creation. Recent findings regarding the nature of the universe show the improbability of its having arisen in the course of a random process. The perennial religious intuition of a transcendental act of creation is a logical entailment of the randomly entirely improbable fine tuning of the natural laws and processes that the observed universe manifests
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DOI 10.1111/j.1467-9744.2004.t01-1-00599.x
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