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God in the Dock; Essays on Theology and Ethics - Part I, Essays 6 - 11, 'Horrid Red Things', Religion and Science, The Laws of Nature, The Grand Miracle, Christian Apologetics, Work and Prayer Summary & Analysis

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"Horrid Red Things" addresses the religion-science conflict. Many people still believe in the conflict between science and religion. There is simply a different "atmosphere" between Christianity and science's picture of the universe. The idea of God, and God having a "Son" seems absurd. He wants to interpret the Christian creeds less literally but part of himself will not allow it. To convince the "ordinary" modern man, the Christian must make clear what of the Creed will remain after modern science is accounted for. Shockingly supernatural events will be left over. Further, he must distinguish between thinking and imagining. One can think about something even if one cannot visualize it. We can explain the Creed without explaining it away by making clear what its terms mean but keeping...

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