4 edition of The religion of geology and its connected sciences found in the catalog.
The religion of geology and its connected sciences
|Series||Library of American civilization -- LAC 12650.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 511 p.|
|Number of Pages||511|
Hitchcock, in his text, The Religion of Geology and Its Connected Sciences (), and Hugh Miller in his work, The Testimony of the Rocks (), also defended the local Flood theory, assert ing that the biblical account of a global Flood simply was not acceptable. -4File Size: KB. However Barbour's book, Science and Religion: Enemies, Strangers, or Partners,draws additionally from the fields of astronomy, genetics, quantum physics, and neurosciences to develop the various boundaries, or typolgies, that exist between science and religion. In addition to Barbour's book, there are many other sources which give detailed.
Book/Printed Material The religion of geology and its connected sciences. The religion of geology and its connected sciences. 9th thousand. Also available in digital form. Contributor: Hitchcock, Edward Date: ; Book/Printed Material The Department of Physical Education and Hygiene in Amherst College. Books shelved as science-and-religion: The Language of God: A Scientist Presents Evidence for Belief by Francis S. Collins, The God Delusion by Richard D.
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The religion of geology and its connected sciences [microform] by Hitchcock, Edward, Publication date Topics Bible and geology, Religion and science Publisher Boston: Phillips, Sampson, and Company Harvard University Language English. Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Pages: Professor of chemistry and natural history, Edward Hitchcock also studied and wrote on natural theology.
He attempted to unify and reconcile science and religion, emphasizing geology. His major work of this type was The Religion of Geology and its Connected Sciences (). The first theory proceeds on the supposition that death is a universal law of organic nature, from which man was exempted so long as he obeyed the law of God.
But I will present it in the language of its distinguished author. “In the state of pristine purity,” says Dr. Pye Smith, “the bodily constitution of man was e Read More. The dedication to his wife in The Religion of Geology and Its Connected Sciences (), read in context of the entire book, identifies femininity as a positive, spiritual force able to lift one beyond the vicissitudes of the natural, physical realm.
Through his wife, Orra, Hitchcock finds romantic resources to understand death as good, and to. His chief project was natural theology, which made the attempt to unify and reconcile science and religion, with a focus on geology.
His major work in this area was The Religion of Geology and Its Connected Sciences (Boston, ). In this book, he sought out ways to re-interpret the Bible to agree with the latest geological theories. Geology, the fields of study concerned with the solid Earth. Included are sciences such as mineralogy, geodesy, and stratigraphy.
faux amphibolite A rock formation called “faux amphibolite,” from the Nuvvuagittuq greenstone belt in northern Quebec, dated to billion years ago. Jonathan O'Neil. An introduction to the geochemical and. The book discusses this long-standing relationship from a historical point of view, which in the past has been sometimes indifferent, sometimes fruitful and sometimes full of conflict.
The relationship continues well into the present. While Christian fundamentalists attack evolution and related palaeontological findings as well as the geological evidence of the age of the Earth, 5/5(1).
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See more. Edward Hitchcock was an old-earth creationist from the ’s. A pastor as well as a geological surveyor, Hitchcock’s equal passions for theology and geology were clearly on display in his work The Religion of Geology and its Connected Sciences (), a series of lectures arguing for the harmonization of “revelation” (the Bible) with recent discoveries in .