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Nuclear physicist and theologian Ian Barbour presents a clear, contemporary introduction to essential issues, ideas, and solutions in the relationship between religion and science. Barbour explores the fascinating topics that illuminate the critical encounter of the spiritual and quantitative dimensions of life.
In this book six Christian scholars sort issues as they present in different views on relationship of science and Christianity. Richard F. Carlson offers an introduction to this contemporary debate as well as a postscript to help us evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of each view.
Not Just Science will help you develop crucial skills of critical thinking and reflection about key questions in Christian faith and natural science.Questions of ethics to various applied sciences are also discussed. Not Just Science fills a gap in the discussion about the relationship between faith and reason.
Evolution and Ethics examines the burning questions of human morality from standpoint Christian thought and contemporary biology. It explores the central features of biological and religious accounts of human morality.
The Language of God, shows fascinating treatment, explains how God cares for and interacts with his creation while science offers a reliable way to understand the world he made. It considers how their views stack up against the new atheists as well as against creationists and adherents of intelligent design.
This groundbreaking three-volume work is the most extended and systematic exploration of relation between theology and science. Drawing on firsthand experience of scientific research and vast knowledge of the Christian tradition, Alister McGrath explores how natural sciences can be used by Christian faith.
Collection of essays discusses the way scientists approached their tasks from the perspective of Christian faith and reverence for the created order. The essays weave together a compelling portrait and vision for Christians engaged in science and science-oriented professions.
John Polkinghorne offers a lucid argument for developing the intersection of the two fields as another form of contextual theology. He describes recent scientific discourse such as epistemology, objectivity, uncertainty, and rationality and considers the religious importance of the evolution in these areas of scientific thought.
Professor Clark takes reasoned looks at biological theory since Darwin and argues that an orthodox Christian philosophy is better able to accommodate the truth of such theory than progressive, meliorist interpretation of Christian doctrine that is usually offered as the properly "modern" option.
Deane-Drummond engages readers in theological reflection on biosciences in a way that shows challenge of modern biological science to theology. Designed to promote engagement in dialogue, through an exploration of the philosophical and social basis for current biological science.
Falk brings together his biblically based understanding of creation and the most current research in biology. The result to acknowledge the validity of science and the authority of Scripture relating the claims of science to the truths of Christianity.
Religion and Science is the most authoritative and readable book on the subject, used by science and religion courses and discussion groups and to become the introduction of choice for general readers.
Walter Hearn surveys the field to the hard questions Christians face about divided loyalties, personal conflicts and possible loneliness. Sound, practical wisdom from respected scientist and Christian who has worked both inside and outside the laboratory.
Richard T. Wright brings a biblical perspective to theories on origins, contrasting creationism, intelligent design, and evolution. Addresses the needs of Christian students of biology to align science and faith.