Synopses & Reviews
The Council of Christian Colleges and Universities Series
Stressing the biblical message of stewardship, biologist Richard T. Wright celebrates the study of God's creation and examines the interaction of the life sciences with society in medicine, genetics, and the environment. The author brings a biblical perspective to theories on origins, contrasting creationism, intelligent design, and evolution. Highlighting the unique nature of biology and its interaction with Christian thought, Wright demonstrates that Christian stewardship can be the key to a sustainable future.
This comprehensive work, one of a series cosponsored by the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities, addresses the needs of the Christian student of biology to align science and faith. It demonstrates that the study of biology penetrates to the core of human existence and has much to contribute to the construction of a consistent Christian worldview.
This comprehensive work, one of a series cosponsored by the Christian College Coalition, addresses the needs of the Christian student of biology to align both science and faith. It demonstrates that the study of biology penetrates to the very depths of existence and can contribute to the construction of a consistent Christian world view.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -300) and index.
About the Author
Richard Wright was born in 1908 near Roxie, Mississippi. He is also the author of Native Son, the first novel by an African American to be featured as a Main Selection of the Book-of-the-Month Club; The Outsider; The Long Dream; and many other works. After World War II, Wright expatriated with his family to Paris, where he lived until his death in 1960.