history has benefited from a rich and sophisticated conversation between
theology and science, leaving us with centuries of scientific and
theological literature on the subjects.
Yet the Hindu traditions are
virtually unused in responding to the challenging questions raised in
the science and religion dialogue.
This book replies to the sciences by
drawing from an important Hindu text called the Bh gavata Purana, as
well as its commentaries, and philosophical disciplines such as Sankhya-Yoga.
Hardback with dustjacket, 251 pages