Contributor(s)Chester College of Higher Education
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AbstractThis book discusses advances in biology such as genetics and environmental issues within a theological framework. It focuses on historical issues, probing scientific practice, genetic engineering, the response of the various Christian churches to new advances in genetics, and theological issues in cloning and genetic engineering.It also discusses Gaia as an alternative environmental science and feminist approach to science and religion.
This book is not available through Chester Digital Repository.
London: SCM Press, 2001