In light of the many benefits derived through the centuries from the scientific enterprise and the promise of even greater ones to come, it is no wonder that science has been granted such a privileged place in culture and society.
But does science deserve the privileged status that it holds in modern society? What makes science unique as a discipline? How should Christians view the enterprise of science?
See my answers to these provocative questions in an article for Salvo magazine:
Subjects: Philosophy of Science