First-time author and former vicar Mark Silversides tackles one of the most challenging questions of our day: should we have faith in the age of science? Claims made in favour of both atheism and religious observation are examined engagingly and sensitively. Proponents of both viewpoints will find Faith in the Age of Science a challenging and deeply interesting read.
"An outstanding book, and a much needed one, presenting a reasoned response to atheism. Appreciating the great scientific advances of our time and their religious components, the book is user friendly, even to readers who are not trained scientists. Mindbending terms and maths are explained clearly as far as such can be, and the judgements feel fair not partisan. I recommend it to my students and colleagues for reading, studying and underlining-my special accolade. I found it hard to put down." - Rabbi Lionel Blue, Contributor to Thought for the Day on BBC Radio 4.