Kepler, Galileo, Newton and the Constructive Ideas of Modern Science
Nowadays science and Christianity are mainly seen as two completely separate contributions to our daily life and culture. In this paper I intend to argue that historically and conceptually, science and Christianity should in fact be seen as very closely related entities. The new kind of science, which was introduced about 400 yeas ago, was very much inspired by the Christian world-view which all the important pioneers in science accepted.
CitationPeter Øhrstrøm (ed) Time, Reality and Transcendence in Rational Perspective. Aalborg University Press, 2002, page 11-38.
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