Daniel R. Zuidema. Chemistry. Phillipsburg, NJ: Presbyterian and Reformed Publishing, May 31st, 2016. 48 pp.
This is a booklet on a Christian worldview of the academic discipline of Chemistry that is part of the Faithful Learning Series published by Presbyterian and Reformed that provides an introductory look at various academic discipline from the perspective of the Christian worldview. This is the third book I’m reading in this series and I’m really enjoying this series.
In this particular book the author looks at the field of Chemistry theologically by utilizing the paradigm of Creation, Fall and Redemption. Beginning with creation, the author argues that Chemistry is one way we mirror the glory of God, in coming to understand and utilizing God created chemical processes. I appreciate how under the section of “Creation” the author argues that chemicals are not in of itself evil, but it is the use of it…
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