Science, especially naturalistic science, has come under fire of late. No longer does it command the near univeratl respect it once held. From the right has come a fresh attack on Darwinism and arguments for intellegent design. From the left postmodern theorists have attacked the very notion of objective truth claims scientific or otherwise. Into the fray Del Ratzsch breaths a breath of calm. He asks, 'What is science? What can it tell? What can't it tell us? What challenges does it offer to the Christian faith? How should a Christian respond?' Originally published under the title Philosophy of Science, the revised volume surveys how views of science have developed and changed over time, especially since the Kuhnian revolution of the 1960's. Now updated to reflect current discussions of intellegent design and postmodern views of science, Science and Its Limits offers readers a thoughtful perspective on contemporary trends and useful advice on how to approach faith and science issues.