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Science and religious faith are two of the most important and influential forces in human life, yet there is widespread confusion about how, or indeed whether, they link together. This book describes this combination from the perspective of one who finds that they link together productively and creatively.
Andrew Steane was born in Bath, England (1965) and educated at Christ's Hospital school and the University of Oxford. He has been Professor of Physics at the University of Oxford since 2002 and a Visiting Professor at various institutes. Steane was awarded the Maxwell Medal and Prize of the Institute of Physics in 2000 for his work on quantum error correction. He has given numerous public lectures in physics, and in the interaction of science and Christian faith. He is the author of 'The Wonderful World of Relativity' (OUP, 2011) and 'Relativity Made Relatively Easy' (OUP, 2012).