Science and Religious Experience: Are They Similar Forms of Knowledge?

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Many people believe that science provides facts while religion is just opinions or beliefs. This book explores the structure and value of science and religious experience, and demonstrates how similar they are and how equally valuable and valid they are. After defining different forms of knowledge biological, personal, moral, religious, etc. the author explains how the structures of both the humanities and the sciences involve what we grasp through our senses, and how we interpret those impressions first by description, ...

Science and Religious Experience: Are They Similar Forms of Knowledge? 2007, Sussex Academic Press

ISBN-13: 9781845191177

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Science and Religious Experience: Are They Similar Forms of Knowledge? 2007, Sussex Academic Press

ISBN-13: 9781845191160

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