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Treasure in the Field: Salvation in the Bible and in Our Lives, by Robert A. Krieg

Chapter One: God's Gift: Creation and Salvation

Bibliography

July 1, 2013

“But if you limit yourself to the kinds of questions that science can ask, you’re leaving out some other things that I think are important, like why are we here and what’s the meaning of life and is there a God? Those are not scientific questions. I simply would argue you need to be thoughtful when you’re asking a question – is this a faith question or a science questions. As long as one keeps that distinction clearly in mind, then I don’t see a conflict [between science and faith].”
—Dr. Francis Collins, Director, National Institutes of Health, in “The Interviews: Health,” by Sharon Begley, Debra Rosenberg, and Ian Yarett, Newsweek (December 27, 2010 – January 3, 2011), p. 62.

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