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Widely hailed as a groundbreaking work, Alister McGraths three-volume Scientific Theology is the most extended and systematic exploration of the relation of theology and science ever undertaken. Reality, the much-anticipated second part of McGraths comprehensive project, provides a detailed and thorough defense of theological realism against radical challenges from Western philosophy. Drawing on both his firsthand experience with scientific research and his vast knowledge of the Christian tradition, McGrath sets out a sophisticated affirmation of theological realism that challenges head-on counterarguments lodged by modern and postmodern critics. McGrath shows how a true and reliable view of the world finds a solid foundation in natural theology, and he demonstrates the implications of this position for every aspect of Christian thought.
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Alister Edgar McGrath (born 23 January 1953) is a Northern Irish theologian, priest, intellectual historian, scientist, and Christian apologist.
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