About the Book
Winner of the 2002 Canadian Christian Writing Award
At the beginning of the twentieth century, many thinkers were convinced that there was a ‘scientific’ answer to all the problems that plague human existence. Fast forward. As we enter the 21st century, it is obvious that the technology that produced the factory also produced the extermination camp. The same technology that increased production threatens global environmental disaster. Science has created ever more moral conundrums. So how do we reconcile technology and morality? How should we live? Journalist Denyse O’Leary provides a witty, entertaining Christian perspective on this brave new world.
News & Reviews
“This collection of essays will inform you, entertain you, and possibly even scare you. More importantly, it will force you to think about some of the most important ideas colliding today at the intersection of Science Avenue and Religion Boulevard. Watch out for flying glass!” –Randall Ingermanson, theoretical physicist and Christy Award-winning sci-fi novelist
“What C.S. Lewis did for myth and legend, and J.B. Phillips for the Bible, Denyse O’Leary has now done for science: made a faith-filled approach to it readable. Evoking memories of her mentor Malcolm Muggeridge, O’Leary deftly explodes the illusions of scientism in the theory that science can explain everything. These brief essays sparkle with wit and wisdom, and drive readers to think again before going along with the latest sensational headline about life on Mars or human cloning.” –Very Reverend Dr. Peter C. Moore, Dean and President, Trinity Episcopal School for Ministry, Ambridge, Pennsylvania
About the Author
Denyse O’Leary is a Toronto-based freelance journalist and blogger who specializes in faith and science issues. She is the author of Faith@Science and By Design or by Chance? O’Leary has written for The Toronto Star, The Globe & Mail, and Canadian Living.