Wayne Frair, Ph.D. 2002. Creation Research Society Books. 77 pages.
It is the purpose of this book to explore some vital issues in science, theology, faith, and creation from both historic and twenty-first century perspectives. The text is designed for those in early stages of scientific studies and for those with a somewhat stronger scientific training lacking in theological perspectives.
Science and Creation will help answer questions such as:
What is science? Does God fit into a scientific picture? How important is faith in science? In theology? Where did modern science originate? Of what importance is the work of Francis Bacon? What is the meaning of creation? Of evolution? Why is a study of these subjects important?