The Limitations of Scientific Truth
Why Science Can't Answer Life's Ultimate Questions
"Brush argues clearly, concisely and convincingly that science has its limitations. Brush does not attack science or disprove science. In fact, he affirms the great value of science. But, Brush points out that science is unable to answer life's ultimate questions: 'Why am I here?' . . . .
The Limitations of Scientific Truth will assist the believer to properly understand the value and role of modern science."
“Science is a process of searching for the truth, and there are few things more certain in science than the fact that as the process continues, current theories will be revised and eventually abandoned in favor of new theories."
(From the preface)