We’re often told that faith and science are at war with one another, and we have to choose one or the other. Alister McGrath says it’s
time to consider another way looking at these two great cultural forces: what if science and faith might actually enrich each other?
What if, together, they give us a deeper and more satisfying understanding of life? Alister McGrath is one of the world’s leading
authorities on science and religion and in his new book Inventing the Universe: Why we can’t stop talking about science, faith and God
(Hodder 2015), he engages with the biggest questions of all: the origins of the universe, the burden of proof, the meaning of life, the
existence of God. Alister McGrath is Professor of Science and Religion at Oxford University and the author of numerous academic and
theological works including the best selling The Dawkins Delusion (SPCK 2007).
Posted: 7th May 2017