Originally published in 1908, Lodge applies his background in physics to the study of Christian Theology. He aims to reconcile religious doctrine to scientific theory, calling for a re-interpretation of biblical texts to allow for the integration of science while simultaneously making a case for the acceptance of miracles in the scientific community. This title will be of interest to students of Religious Studies as well as to general readers interested in problems of existence.
Table of Contents
Part I: Science and Faith; 1. The Outstanding Controversy Between Science and Faith 2. The Reconciliation Between Science and Faith 3. Religion, Science, and Miracle; Part II: Corporate Worship and Service; 4. The Alleged Indifference of Laymen to Religion 5. Some Suggestions Towards Reform 6. Union and Breadth 7. A Reformed Church as an Engine of Progress; Part III; The immortality of the Soul; 8. The Transitory and the Permanent 9. The Permanence of Personality; Part IV: Science and Christianity; 10. Suggestions Towards the Re-Interpretation of Christian Doctrine 11. Sin, Suffering, and Wrath 12. The Material Element in Christianity 13. The Divine Element in Christianity; Glossary of Technical Terms and Statement of Mechanical Terms; Index