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"Smart, well-informed... lucid, engaging... Glass delivers superb exposition of Darwinian theory and a meticulous, sharply reasoned discussion of the evidence that supports it. His logic is impeccable when he insists that evolutionary theory does not rule out the existence of God." -- Kirkus Reviews

"Mr. Glass tackles an historically controversial topic with finesse. Wherever one may be on the issue of evolution, Glass' superb scholarship and unbiased commentary on issues of faith does not disappoint." -- Reverend Jordan Ogden, Lead Pastor at Antioch Community Church, Dallas

"Bruce Glass has provided a thought provoking look at the most significant theological issues arising from the advent of evolutionary science. Whatever their conclusions, readers will find Mr. Glass' treatment a welcome reminder of the richness and depth of God's Word, as well as a fresh perspective on God's glorious creation." -- Reverend Dr. Kristin Huffman, associate Pastor at Memorial Drive Presbyterian Church, Houston

"Well written, thoroughly researched, and honestly fair... The book's thorough and eminently readable scientific explanations provide general science readers with a lucid understanding of this complex subject." -- ForeWord Clarion Reviews

"In Exploring Faith and Reason, Bruce Glass has emerged as a fresh voice for the reconciliation of head and heart. Couched in the language and theology of conservative evangelical Christianity, Mr. Glass' book provides a welcomed bridge between an evidential worldview and traditional Christian conviction. Believers and non-believers alike will find much of value in these pages." -- Reverend Michael Dowd, author of Thank God for Evolution, endorsed by six Nobel Prize-winning scientists and by religious leaders across the spectrum

“This book is superb. Bruce Glass’ summary of the science is thorough and accurate, yet easy for non-scientists to follow. His analysis is sharp, his tone is winsome, and his approach to contentious issues is fair. This book is a valuable resource for those who want to understand how evolution and evangelical Christianity can be harmonious.”
--Loren Haarsma, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Physics, Calvin College, and co-author of Origins: Christian Perspectives on Creation, Evolution, and Intelligent Design
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review by . March 13, 2013
Subtitled “The Reconciliation of Christianity and Biological Evolution,” this book was bound to appeal to a mongrel Christian mathematician like me. The fact that author Bruce Glass claims to be an agnostic only adds to the appeal—someone without a well-established axe to grind. And the inclusion of such topics as The Evidence and Politics of Evolution have me picking up the book and unwilling to let go. The author also claims not to be a scientist, but he’s a strong well-educated …
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