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by Donald MacCrimmon MacKay. Interesting perspective from a Christian neuro-scientist. Mackay argues that Christians ought not to rely on a God of the gaps or fight against scientific progress, but should embrace all scientific discovery, even though it continually shows how more and more of our universe operates totally according to physical laws.
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MacKay, Donald MacCrimmon, and Michael Ellis Fisher. Analogue Computing at Ultra-High Speed: An Experimental and Theoretical Study. London: Chapman & Hall, 1962. Information, Mechanism, and Meaning. Cambridge: MIT Press. Brains, Machines, and Persons.
Donald MacCrimmon MacKay (1922-1987) was a physicist and professor .
Donald MacCrimmon MacKay (1922-1987) was a physicist and professor of communications at the University of Keele in England; he also wrote Brains, Machines & Persons. He wrote in the Preface to this 1974 book, "This book is addressed both to Christians who want to take stock of the scientific enterprise in the light of their faith, and to non-Christians who may wonder what Christian commitment would mean for their intellectual integrity in an age of mechanistic science.
Donald MacCrimmon MacKay. Inter-Varsity Press, 1974 - 112 pagina's. Bibliografische gegevens. The Clockwork Image: A Christian Perspective on Science Christian classics series Inter-Varsity Press pocketbook. Inter-Varsity Press, 1974. Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13:9780877845577.
MacKay, Donald MacCrimmon. MacKay, Donald MacCrimmon, and Valerie Mackay (ed). Behind the eye. Basil Blackwell, 1991. Christian classics series. 0851112420,0851112420. This item appears on. List: V83147: Determinism and Free Will in Scientific and Theological Perspectives.
Donald MacCrimmon MacKay (9 August 1922 – 6 February 1987) was a British .
Donald MacCrimmon MacKay (9 August 1922 – 6 February 1987) was a British physicist, and professor at the Department of Communication and Neuroscience at Keele University in Staffordshire, England, known for his contributions to information theory and the theory of brain organisation. MacKay was the author of the book Sustainable Energy – Without the Hot Air. MacKay was a Christian.
His presentation of faith and its relevance to science offers a clear view of the universe in this age of scientific advances. No current Talk conversations about this book. Work-to-work relationships.