From Science to Faith - Adrien Chauvet

Science and faith are not mutually exclusive. In fact, we believe that they can complement each other beautifully. From Science to Faith, takes a scientific approach to strengthening faith.

The book explores a wide range of topics, including the origin of the universe, the nature of consciousness, and the evidence for God's existence.

One of the things that we love about this book is that it doesn't shy away from difficult questions. Adrian honestly and openly discusses the challenges that science poses for faith, and they offer thoughtful and well-reasoned responses.


The book is not merely defence of faith, It's also a celebration of the wonders of science. To show how science can help us to appreciate the beauty and complexity of the world around us.

We believe that From Science to Faith is a valuable resource for anyone who is interested in exploring the relationship between science and faith. It is a book that will challenge your thinking and deepen your understanding of both science and faith.

Reminders from the book:

"Science and faith are both ways of seeking truth. Science seeks truth through the empirical method, while faith seeks truth through revelation and personal experience. While the two methods are different, they are not mutually exclusive.

"The universe is an incredibly vast and complex place. The more we learn about it, the more amazed we should be by the Creator. The laws of physics and the intricate design of life are all evidence of a great intelligence."

"The human mind is another mystery that science cannot fully explain. Our ability to think, to love, and to create are all evidence of a spiritual dimension to our being."

From Science to Faith  is a book that will change the way you think about science, faith, and the world around you!

Rich in reflection, this book provides answers to a fundamental How can we approach faith using scientific methodologies and frameworks?

Beyond scientific themes, it also addresses metaphysical themes, such as freewill, predestination, good and evil, success and failure, renunciation, engagement and evolution. The aim of the book is not to convince the reader using peremptory arguments. Rather, it urges the reader to observe the world, to be attuned to spirituality, to understand that the Signs of God do not lead to the same path.

9781847741950 - Adrien Chauvet