Seeking God in Science

by Bradley Monton
Peterborough (Ontario): Broadview Press, 2009. 180 pages.

Seeking God in Science, and my reaction to it, is conflicted,” writes reviewer Matthew H. Haber. “Many difficult arguments are cleanly dissected, with premises on full display for examination; others rest on unspoken or unexamined (and often tenuous) assumptions.” The focus is on finetuning arguments in physics, for “Monton generally acknowledges the weakness of ID’s biological arguments, preferring instead to focus on what he describes as physics-based ID arguments.” Haber concludes, “Of books advocating for ID, this is among the best,” adding, “The exposition is clear, the arguments penetrating, and it is a crisp, good read.”