Can we be sure about anything?
Alexander, Denis (Ed)
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* How can belief in truth be maintained in a postmodern
* How do the media influence perceptions of truth claims in science,
and in Christianity?
* Can science really be objective?
* Are Christianity and science inevitably in conflict?
* Has science anything to do with human values?
* Who's telling the truth about BSE, the MMR vaccine and GM foods?
* What does quantum physics imply about the nature of reality?
* Can we be sure about anything?
These questions, and the issues they raise, are of vital importance in our
day. This stimulating and accessible volume offers responses from the
sciences, philosophy, history and theology. Its multidisciplinary
affirmation of commitment to truth in both science and Christianity will
appeal to a wide range of readers.