Christianity and science. Translated from the French by R.F. Trevett.

[1st ed.].. New York, Hawthorn Books [1961] .

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Subjects Religion and science -- History.
Religion and science.
Series Twentieth century encyclopedia of Catholicism ; 14. Section 1: Knowledge and faith.
Description 140 pages 21 cm.
Copyright Date [1961]
Notes Translation of Le christianisme se désintéresse-t-il de la science?
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Part I. Aspects of Christianity -- I. The one things necessary -- II. The law of work according to Christ and St. Paul -- III. The universal character of Pentecost -- Part II. The encounter between Christianity and science in the course of history -- IV. The aristocratic character of Greek science and its contempt for technology -- V. Mechanics the result of the Christian encouragement of technology -- VI. The witness of Newton, Kepler and Einstein -- VII. The laws of movement and the divine perfections: Descartes to Maupertuis -- Part III. Present-day problems -- VIII. The evolution of science from the eighteenth to the nineteenth and twentieth centuries -- IX. The autonomy of scientific method and the religious problem -- X. Harmony between the spirit and faith and the spirit of research -- XI. The most universal of professions.
Genre History.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)330304
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WorldCat Identities Abelé, Jean, 1886-
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