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: 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, Philosophy of Religion, Popular Interest Physics, Philosophy of Religion, Popular Interest Physics