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The Soul of Science
Why should science and faith be separate?
|Audience||Students (grades 8+) and parents seeking a Christ-centered view of science; recommended in Classical Conversations communities for Challenge B|
|Ease of use||Large font size, clearly organized, and tons of citations for reference|
|Author||Nancy R. Pearcey and Charles B. Thaxton|
This book is meant for directors and parents who really want to understand a Christ-centered view on science. Nancy Pearcey (who co-authored How Now Shall We Live? with Charles Colson) examines the story of the men who explored the mysteries of the universe and their motivation, arguing that science is always a Christian activity. This is not an easy read, but it is worth reading many times over and is useful as a reference book on how to respond to those in the scientific community. We hope students would be encouraged to read portions of the text at home.