Chance or Purpose? Creation, Evolution and a Rational Faith
| The divine comedy|
| Great and terrible|
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The main claim of the book is that science is "incomplete" without
woo spirituality, and that specifically the Christian God (out of all potential deities) is somehow guiding all natural processes.
While Schönborn claims that his views do not conflict with the theory of evolution, his arguments essentially parallel those of your standard IDiot — most notably in his attempts to replace natural processes (read: scientific theories that actually have explanatory power) with "God".
As such, the book has been described not as a scientific, but a religious book — marketed towards Catholics who want to buy the conclusion that their Christianity still makes sense, whilst also (most wisely) accepting evolution.
- Random Designer: Created from Chaos to Connect with the Creator
- Can You Believe in God and Evolution?: A Guide for the Perplexed
- Finding Darwin's God: A Scientist's Search for Common Ground Between God and Evolution
- As if the theory of evolution is based on the idea that "it's all random, maan."