Reconciling Science and Faith

An Exploration of Scripture's Role in Future Technology
By Samuel C. Tseng, Ph.D.
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LCCN: 2016915601
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Pages: 182
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God reveals Himself to us through Scripture and His creation; if we can't discern His will, the revelation serves no-purpose. Thus, God has given us knowledge (Proverbs 2:6). Since humans have limited capacity for all knowledge, He has also given us the ultimate gift—faith.

Prophecy says, "the earth will be full of the knowledge of the Lord" (Isaiah 11:9b). A question arises, "Besides the knowledge that God has already given to the people of Isaiah’s era, what will the new knowledge be?" It must be science/technology and their connection with faith. Human beings are created to have body, mind, and spirit into one, we should expect to see Scripture interpreted from spiritual as well as scientific perspectives. Due to a limited space allowed, please see the EXCERPT-page in author’s website

This book is to share a belief, “By accepting science, one need not refute faith, nor should the religious faithful feel a need to reject science.”  



Dr. Tseng was born in Taiwan, where Christians are only 4.5% of 23.5 million people. He earned a BS from National Cheng Kung Univ. and a MS from National Chiao Tung Univ.. Until then he was an atheist.

He came to the US for further study in 1960. He earned a Master of Engineering from Yale Univ. and a Ph.D. from the Univ. of Cal. at Berkeley, major in Elect.Eng. and Comp. Sci. and minor in physics and math to meet Ph.D. requirements. It was then, he became a Christian.  

He was a member of research staff and manager with IBM for 24 years at the T.J. Watson Research Center. He was one of the three members sent to start up the IBM Tokyo Research Center. Returning to the U.S. he retired from IBM Almaden Research Center.

He was a fellow of The Institutes of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, and published several papers in the Journal of Applied physics, Information Theory, Electron Device, Ultrasonics. He held 11 US patents assigned to Litton Indust. and IBM.