Item description for Symphony Of Creation by Steven E. Stoller...
Overview Can scripture and science be reconciled? And if they can, why does it matter? What does the Big Bang have to do with the Good Book? This book shows that science and faith are in harmony.
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Studio: ACW Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.48" Width: 5.52" Height: 0.53" Weight: 0.62 lbs.
Release Date Dec 1, 2002
Publisher ACW Press
ISBN 1892525925 ISBN13 9781892525925
Availability 0 units.
More About Steven E. Stoller
Dr. Steven E. Stoller M.D., M.A. Th. is a physician, seminary graduate and zoology degree holder. He has frequently lectured on science/faith and medical/ethical issues and lives in eastern Indiana with his wife and three children.
Reviews - What do customers think about Symphony Of Creation?
A good read in a difficult subject May 9, 2003
I found Symphony of Creation to be a surprisingly enjoyable and easy read. To start with, Dr. Stoller is an unusual guy, with accomplishments in medicine, music, and theology. He weaves these together in an interesting presentation of one view, well supported, of how science and Biblical creation accounts can be compatible. Most importantly, to me, is that he does it without the usual ego trip of other authors in this field, bashing all others who hold differing opinions. He uses the analogy of a symphony, with God as the conductor (and composer) of all of the elements in the universe combining in a wonderful harmony.
Showing why science and the Bible are in harmony May 2, 2003
The Symphony of Creation is the best book I have read in the science and faith area. Unlike some other books I've seen, this one takes a postive approach. It respects both science and the Bible, and it's a joy to read.
First of all, the author is highly qualified (a scientist, surgeon and theologian). He gets his facts right in both the scientific and biblical areas. He shows how God and creation are compatible with scientific findings, without in any way denying scientific truth. And he presents things in a highly enjoyable and accessible fashion, using the metaphor of God as Conductor and Creator of the Universe. The book is also well illustrated and contains many stimulating discussion questions. I expect this book to become a classic.