The Physics of Theism provides a timely, critical analysis of the ways in which physics intertwines with religion. Koperski brings clarity to a range of arguments including the fine-tuning argument, naturalism, the laws of nature, and the controversy over Intelligent Design.
- A single author text providing unprecedented scope and depth of analysis of key issues within the Philosophy of Religion and the Philosophy of Science
- Critically analyses the ways in which physics is brought into play in matters of religion
- Self-contained chapters allow readers to directly access specific areas of interest
- The area is one of considerable interest, and this book is a timely and well-conceived contribution to these debates
- Written by an accomplished scholar working in the philosophy of physics in a style that renders complex arguments accessible
Keywords: Philosophy of Science, Science, religion, physics, cosmology, free will, fine-tuning, relativity, time, laws, intervention, divine action, naturalism, design, philosophy of religion, philosophy of science, science and religion, reduction, emergence, laws of nature, biological evolution, intelligent design, physicists, theism, faith