Robert Boyle – A Classical Example of Anglican Apologetics, from “Christian Virtuoso”

  • Article (book excerpt)
  • 2400 words
  • Level: university

Robert Boyle is an important figure in the history of science. Indeed, students in chemistry classes of all levels learn of “Boyle’s Law” of gasses. This is an excerpt from Boyle’s 1690 work The Christian Virtuoso. This article has been selected by the Interdisciplinary Encyclopedia of Religion and Science (Inters.org), which is edited by the Advanced School for Interdisciplinary Research, operating at the Pontifical University of the Holy Cross, Rome, and directed by Giuseppe Tanzella-Nitti.

Click here for an excerpt from Inters.org.

Click here for this material from Boyle’s original work, courtesy of Archive.org.

 

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