Does Nicholas Spencer’s “Magisteria” deliver the “true history” of science and religion?

Nicholas Spencer’s Magisteria: The Entangled Histories of Science and Religion promises to tell the “true history” of science and religion, for the general reader.

In this review essay, science & religion historian, author, and ISCAST fellow James C. Ungureanu examines the book in detail, praising Spencer’s nuanced explanation of popular myths within science and religion whilst also critiquing “glaring omissions” that may lead the reader to an inaccurate history of science and religion.

Read the full review essay in Christian Perspectives on Science and Technology.