Paths of Faith in the Landscape of Science
Paths of Faith in the Landscape of Science brings together the personal stories of three Quakers who have long been engaged in the dialogue between science and religion.
Through all the years of antagonism between religion and science, Quakerism has had a "compass" that spared it from becoming embroiled in this conflict. Founded in mid 17th century England, the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) has been guided by the concept of "continuing revelation." Quakers have never been at odds with the unfolding of scientific knowledge.
Although the authors have each traveled distinct paths, their Quaker "compass" has provided essential guidance for the integration of scientific knowledge and religious experience that has stood the test of time.
Paths of Faith in the Landscape of Science makes a lively contribution to the dialogue between science and religion, and to the quest for trustworthy guidance.