In fact, interest in science and theology is going through rather a boom period, reflected in the proliferation and growth of societies (such as Christians in Science) which act as forums for debate; the popularity of journals such as Science & Christian Belief; the recent Templeton Lectures which addressed a wide range of topics on science and faith; and the existence of large numbers of Christians within the scientific community.
Society in general may be becoming more secular, but the partnership between science and theology appears remarkably healthy.
DENIS R. ALEXANDER
Science & Christian Belief
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