Retired from the industrial world wherein the author traveled much, which allowed him time to read extensively. The reading subjects included the histories of science and mathematics, philosophy of science, social understandings, apologetics of the early church, and related topics. These resources provided the complex subject matter woven together in this prelude, Polyscience and Christianity: Rational Thought’s Long History.

The book is a short look at a forgotten past, which shows the old Gospel is a meaningful proclamation addressing both faith and reason, not just from the past but for the future, as well. Cultured people remain uneasy, flooded with facts, yet suspicious of their objective status. They secretly worry that their secular faith substitutes a wordy subjectivity for science and Biblical faith. The Gospel’s reception is hampered when imperfect reason is cherished unwisely.

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