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J. Bronowski, Science and Human Values, New York, 1965, p. 51. his 9• 'Man has abused his trusteeship in God's world. ' G. D. e Spiritual Crisis of the Sciemijic Age, New York, 1959, p. 168. 10. 'Modern science is well equipped to provide certain kinds of information, but it denies itself the possibility of interpreting that information; the task of doing so is therefore left to the play of opinion, individual or collective, informed or ignorant. ' Lord Northboume, 'Pictures of the Universe', Tomorrow, Autumn, 1964, p.
Temple, Nature, Man and God, p. 478, where the author adds that Christianity is able to dominate over matter precisely because in contrast to other religions such as Hinduism it is 'the most avowedly materialist of all the great religions'. ' von Weizacker, The History ofNature, p. 190. 57· This point of view is particularly developed by G. F. Stout in his God and Nature, Cambridge, 1952 58. See for example Yamold, The Spiritual Crisis of the Scientific Age, PP· 54 ff. 59· 'Thus, the scientific method should be regarded as one method which Christians employ to obtain a better understanding of the wisdom of God and the wonders of His Creation•..
62. 'It is not simply the relation of ground and· consequent, nor of cause and effect, nor of thought and expression, nor of purpose and instrument, nor of end and means; but it is all of these at once. ' Temple, Nature, Mu,n and God, pp. 481-2. 63. 'ls for conveyance of the inward and spiritual grace'. , p. 482. 64. -, p. 495· 65. , p. 493· 48 The Prohlem 'Either all occurrences are in some degree revelations of God, or else there is no such revelation at all; for the conditions of the possibility of any revelation require that there should be nothing which is not revelation.