The Importance of Science and Theology

The Importance of Science and Theology

Why is a dialogue between theology and science important? Many assume that they operate independently of one another, but the fact is that they influence each other more than we realize. Listen to Greg’s introductory answer to this question and discover how newer insights from science actually support what we read in the Bible. This dialogue between science and theology shapes Greg’s new book, The Cosmic Dance.

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