The Day Without Yesterday: Lemaître, Einstein, and the Birth of Modern
by John Farrell
Thunder’s Mouth Press, 2005
(262 pages, $24.95, hardcover)
reviewed by Guillermo Gonzalez & Jay W. Richards
Can a priest be a first-rate scientist? Doesn’t religion dull one’s scientific acumen, destroy one’s objectivity, and bind one to espouse unscientific doctrines? Such, at least, is the caricature. But in reality, most of the founders of modern science were Christians—a fact known to most science historians if not to science textbook writers.
So it should not be surprising to find that the first modern cosmologist, . . .
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