Today’s featured entry from the Vatican Observatory Faith and Science pages:
“A Comprehensible Universe: The Interplay of Science and Theology” (CLICK HERE for it)
Why is our world comprehensible? This question seems so trivial that few people have dared to ask it. In this book two authors, one a long-time Director of the Vatican Observatory, the other one of its Adjunct Scholars, explore the deep roots of the mystery of rationality. (CLICK HERE to continue).
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