In this series, Mark Noll shows that the long-enduring metaphor of warfare between science and dogmatic theology as suggested by White is inaccurate. After introducing Andrew Dickinson White and his views on the science-faith interaction, Noll offers his own counter-argument for philosophical and historical reasons.
  • A. D. White’s “Warfare Between Science and Theology,” Pt. 1

    | Mark Noll
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    A. D. White’s “Warfare Between Science and Theology,” Pt. 1 | Mark Noll

        White’s reconstruction of the past was fundamentally mistaken, and his metaphor of warfare grossly oversimplified the actual relationship between Science and D... Read More >

    Going Deeper PART 1 of 3
  • A. D. White’s “Warfare Between Science and Theology,” Pt. 3

    | Mark Noll
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    A. D. White’s “Warfare Between Science and Theology,” Pt. 3 | Mark Noll

        The historical picture is complex, and Western history has certainly witnessed much argument that involves science and religion. But warfare is simply not the best m... Read More >

    Going Deeper PART 3 of 3