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Religion and Science

Editat de Sara Fletcher Harding, Nancy Morvillo
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Integral to human nature is the need to seek understanding of the world in which we live, to discover how it works and why. We find our answers to these fundamental questions through different methods; empirical science justifies our observations of the natural world, but religion offers explanations to its meaning and purpose. On the surface of it the encounter between reason and faith, the mind and spirit, have the appearance of polarity, in reality there is fluidity between the two. It is a dynamic and constantly changing relationship, and for that reason it is an important and thriving academic area that needs careful and intentional study. This new collection answers that need with scholarship brought together in four volumes. Taking the combined experience of Sara Fletcher Harding and Nancy Morvillo, experts in religion and science respectively, this new Routledge Major Work presents an abundance of the very best cutting-edge scholarship that has been written about this fragile relationship.
Volume I of this collection is focused on ‘Histories and Methodologies in Science and Religion’ and Volume II on ‘Cosmological Considerations in Science and Religion’. Volume III is entitled ‘The Imperative of Evolution in Science’ and finally Volume IV brings together the best scholarship on ‘Religion Human Actions at the Intersection of Science and Religion’. With individual introductions for each volume placing the collected material into its relevant intellectual and historical context and a full index, this is an accessible and thorough reference resource.
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Specificații

ISBN-13: 9780415549028
ISBN-10: 0415549027
Pagini: 1648
Dimensiuni: 156 x 234 mm
Greutate: 3.10 kg
Ediția: New.
Editura: Routledge

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PROVISIONAL CONTENTS
Volume I: Histories and Methodologies in Science and Religion
1. T. Peters, ‘Theology and Science: Where Are We?’, Zygon, 1996, 31, 323ߝ43.
2. R. Downie, ‘Science and the Imagination in the Age of Reason’, Medical Humanities, 2001, 27, 58ߝ63.
3. A. Jackelén, ‘Science and Religion: Getting Ready for the Future’, Zygon, 2003, 38, 209ߝ28.
4. P. Bussey, ‘Explanations in Science and Beyond’, Science & Christian Belief, 2008, 20, 175ߝ94.
5. L. Jaeger, ‘The Idea of Law in Science and Religion’, Science & Christian Belief, 2008, 20, 133ߝ46.
6. M. G. Harvey, ‘Science, Rationality, and Theology’, Journal of Religion, 2007, 87, 225ߝ47.
7. P. Harrison, ‘"Science" and "Religion": Constructing the Boundaries’, Journal of Religion, 2006, 86, 81ߝ106.
8. I. G. Barbour, ‘On Typologies for Relating Science and Religion’, Zygon, 2002, 37, 345ߝ59.
9. T. A. Smedes, ‘Beyond Barbour or Back to Basics? The Future of Science-and-Religion and the Quest for Unity’, Zygon, 2008, 43, 235ߝ58.
10. D. C. Lindberg and R. L. Numbers, ‘Beyond War and Peace: A Reappraisal of the Encounter Between Christianity and Science’, Perspectives on Science and Christian Faith, 1987, 39, 140ߝ9.
11. P. Harrison, ‘The Bible and the Emergence of Modern Science’, Science & Christian Belief, 2006, 18, 115ߝ32.
12. E. Lucas, ‘Science and the Bible: Are they Incompatible?’, Science & Christian Belief, 2005, 17, 137ߝ54.
13. R. P. Knierim, ‘Science in the Bible’, Word & World, 1993, 13, 242ߝ55.
14. S. Holtzman, ‘Science and Religion: The Categorical Conflict’, International Journal for Philosophy of Religion, 2003, 54, 77ߝ99.
15. S. L. Peck, ‘Randomness, Contingency, and Faith: Is there a Science of Subjectivity?’, Zygon, 2003, 38, 5ߝ23.
16. K. H. Reich, ‘The Dialogue Between Religion and Science: Which God?’, Zygon, 2000, 35, 99ߝ113.
17. A. Case-Winters, ‘The Question of God in an Age of Science: Constructions of Reality and Ultimate Reality in Theology and Science’, Zygon, 1997, 32, 351ߝ75.
18. M. Welker, ‘Springing Cultural Traps: The Science-and-Theology Discourse on Eschatology and the Common Good’, Theology Today, 2001, 58, 165ߝ76.
19. J. Moltmann, ‘Science and Wisdom’, Theology Today, 2001, 58, 155ߝ64.
20. R. J. Russell, ‘Five Key Topics on the Frontier of Theology and Science Today’, Dialog: A Journal of Theology, 2007, 46, 199ߝ207.
Volume II: Cosmological Considerations in Science and Religion
21. J. Polkinghorne, ‘Opening Windows into Reality’, Theology Today, 2001, 58, 145ߝ54.
22. P. Morris, ‘Religion and Science: Cosmology as an Example’, Restoration Quarterly, 2002, 44, 93ߝ108.
23. O. Gingerich, ‘Truth in Science: Proof, Persuasion, and the Galileo Affair’, Science & Christian Belief, 2004, 16, 13ߝ26.
24. M. Segre, ‘Light on the Galileo Case?’, Isis: Journal of the History of Science in Society, 1997, 88, 484ߝ504.
25. J. L. Russell, ‘What was the Crime of Galileo?’, Annals of Science, 1995, 52, 403ߝ10.
26. P. G. Phillips, ‘The Thrice-Supported Big Bang’, Perspectives on Science and Christian Faith, 2005, 57, 82ߝ96.
27. A. M. Clifford, ‘Postmodern Scientific Cosmology and the Christian God of Creation’, Horizons: Journal of the College Theological Society, 1994, 21, 62ߝ84.
28. N. Imparato, ‘The Big Bang: An Ex Nihilo or a World-Parent Myth of Creation?’, Mythosphere, 1999, 1, 154ߝ70.
29. W. D. Hall, ‘Does Creation Equal Nature? Confronting the Christian Confusion about Ecology and Cosmology’, Journal of the American Academy of Religion, 2005, 73, 781ߝ812.
30. C. F. Mooney, ‘The Anthropic Principle in Cosmology and Theology’, Horizons: Journal of the College Theological Society, 1994, 21, 105ߝ29.
31. A. Case-Winters, ‘The Argument from Design: What is at Stake Theologically?’, Zygon, 2000, 35, 69ߝ81.
32. I. Delio, ‘Christ and Extraterrestrial Life’, Theology and Science, 2007, 5, 249ߝ65.
33. S. L. Bonting, ‘Theological Implications of Possible Extraterrestrial Life’, Sewanee Theological Review, 2004, 47, 420ߝ35.
34. E. L. Simmons, ‘Quantum Perichoresis: Quantum Field Theory and the Trinity’, Theology and Science, 2006, 4, 137ߝ50.
35. N. T. Saunders, ‘Does God Cheat at Dice? Divine Action and Quantum Possibilities’, Zygon, 2000, 35, 517ߝ44.
36. J. J. Davis, ‘Theological Reflections on Chaos Theory’, Perspectives on Science and Christian Faith, 1997, 49, 75ߝ84.
37. J. H. Brooke, ‘"If I Were God": Einstein and Religion’, Zygon, 2006, 41, 941ߝ54.
38. J. Polkinghorne, ‘Space, Time and Causality’, Zygon, 2006, 41, 975ߝ83.
39. W. Pannenberg, ‘Eternity, Time, and Space’, Zygon, 2005, 40, 97ߝ106.
40. N. Gillman, ‘How will it all End? Eschatology in Science and Religion’, Cross Currents, 2007, 57, 38ߝ50.
41. P. Tillich, ‘Man, the Earth and the Universe’, Christianity and Crisis, 1962, 22, 108ߝ12.
Volume III: The Imperative of Evolution in Science and Religion
42. M. Zimmerman, ‘Why Evolution is the Organizing Principle for Biology’, Phi Kappa Phi Forum, 2009, 4ߝ7, 41ߝ2.
43. R. Winther, ‘Systemic Darwinism’, Proceedings of the National Academy of the Sciences of the United States of America, 2008, 105, 11833ߝ8,
44. F. Ayala, ‘Darwin’s Greatest Discovery: Design without Designer’, Proceedings of the National Academy of the Sciences of the United States of America, 2007, 104, 8567ߝ73.
45. D. Prothero, ‘The Fossils Say Yes’, Natural History, 2005, 114, 52ߝ6.
46. H. A. Orr, ‘Testing Natural Selection’, Scientific American, 2009, 300, 44ߝ50.
47. D. Kingsley, ‘From Atoms to Traits’, Scientific American, 2009, 300, 52ߝ9.
48. S. Gould, ‘The Evolution of Life on Earth’, Scientific American, 2004, 14, 92ߝ100.
49. S. Miles, ‘Charles Darwin and Asa Gray Discuss Teleology and Design’, Perspectives on Science and Christian Faith, 2001, 53, 196ߝ201.
50. R. Russell, ‘Is Evil Evolving?’, Dialog: A Journal of Theology, 2003, 42, 309ߝ15.
51. L. Goodman, ‘Science and God’, Society, 2008, 45, 130ߝ42.
52. T. Dixon, ‘America’s Difficulty with Darwin’, History Today, 2009, 59, 22ߝ8.
53. E. Scott, ‘Antievolution and Creationism in the United States’, Annual Review of Anthropology, 1997, 26, 263ߝ89.
54. K. Padian, ‘The Evolution of Creationists in the United States: Where are they Now, and Where are they Going?’, Comptes Rendus Biologies, 2009, 332, 100ߝ9.
55. W. Dembski, ‘Mechanism, Magic and Design’, Christian Research Journal, 2000, 23, 22ߝ7, 44ߝ6.
56. M. Ruse, ‘Flawed Intelligence, Flawed Design’, Virginia Quarterly Review, 2006, 82, 54ߝ77.
57. R. Dawkins and R. Milner, ‘The Illusion of Design’, Natural History, 2005, 114, 35ߝ7.
58. M. Hewlett and T. Peters, ‘Why Darwin’s Theory of Evolution Deserves Theological Support’, Theology and Science, 2006, 4, 171ߝ82.
59. D. Grumett, ‘Teilhard De Chardin’s Evolutionary Natural Theology’, Zygon, 2007, 42, 519ߝ34.
60. J. Haught, ‘Darwin, Design and the Promise of Nature’, Science & Christian Belief, 2005, 17, 5ߝ20.
61. T. Tracy, ‘Evolutionary Theologies and Divine Action’, Theology and Science, 2008, 6, 107ߝ16.
62. H. Rolston, III, ‘Evolutionary History and Divine Presence’, Theology Today, 1998, 55, 415ߝ34.
63. R. Stein, ‘An Inquiry into the Origins of Life on Earth- A Synthesis of Process Thought in Science and Theology’, Zygon, 2006, 41, 995ߝ1016.
64. S. Conway Morris, ‘Darwin’s Compass: How Evolution Discovers the Song of Creation’, Science & Christian Belief, 2006, 18, 5ߝ22.
65. B. Bradley, ‘Reconstructing Phylogenies and Phenotypes: A Molecular View of Human Evolution’, Journal of Anatomy, 2008, 212, 337ߝ53.
66. D. Gatherer, ‘Cultural Evolution: The Biological Perspective’, Parallax, 2006, 12, 57ߝ68.
67. J. van Huyssteen, ‘Fallen Angels or Rising Beasts? Theological Perspectives on Human Uniqueness’, Theology and Science, 2003, 1, 161ߝ78.
68. B. Forrest, ‘The Possibility of Meaning in Human Evolution’, Zygon, 2000, 35, 861ߝ79.
69. S. Pope, ‘Sociobiology and Human Nature: A Perspective from Catholic Theology’, Zygon, 1998, 33, 275ߝ91.
70. P. Jersild, ‘Rethinking the Human Being in Light of Evolutionary Biology’, Dialog: A Journal of Theology, 2008, 47, 37ߝ52.
Volume IV: Human Actions at the Intersection of Science and Religion
71. J. Davis, ‘Christian Reflections on the Genetic Revolution’, Evangelical Review of Theology, 2004, 28, 65ߝ79.
72. S. Modell, ‘Genetic and Reproductive Technologies in the Light of Religious Dialogue’, Zygon, 2007, 42, 163ߝ82.
73. D. G. Jones, ‘Responses to the Human Embryo and Embryonic Stem Cells: Scientific and Technological Assessments’, Science & Christian Belief, 2005, 17, 199ߝ222.
74. S. de Gruchy, ‘Life, Livelihoods and God: Why Genetically Modified Organisms Oppose Caring for Life’, Ecumenical Review, 2002, 54, 251ߝ61.
75. R. Herring, ‘Opposition to Transgenic Technologies: Ideology, Interests and Collective Action Frames’, Nature Reviews Genetics, 2008, 9, 458ߝ63.
76. P. Hopkins, ‘Protecting God From Science and Technology: How Religious Criticisms of Biotechnologies Backfire’, Zygon, 2002, 37, 317ߝ43.
77. B. Edgar, ‘Biotheology: Theology, Ethics and the New Biotechnologies’, Evangelical Review of Theology, 2006, 30, 219ߝ36.
78. W. Tomm, ‘Sexuality, Rationality, and Spirituality’, Zygon, 1990, 25, 219ߝ38.
79. U. Mitwoch, ‘Sex Determination in Mythology and History’, Arquivos Brasileiros de Endocrinologia & Metobologia, 2005, 49, 7ߝ13.
80. S. Hrdy, ‘Raising Darwin’s Consciousness: Females and Evolutionary Theory’, Zygon, 1990, 25, 129ߝ37.
81. E. Keller, ‘What Impact, if Any, has Feminism had on Science?’, Journal of Biosciences, 2004, 29, 7ߝ13.
82. J. McDaniel, ‘Six Characteristics of a Postpatriarchal Christianity’, Zygon, 1990, 25, 187ߝ217.
83. E. Johnson, ‘The Incomprehensibility of God and the Image of God Male and Female’, Theological Studies, 1984, 45, 441ߝ65.
84. A. Clifford, ‘Feminist Perspectives on Science’, Journal of Feminist Studies in Religion, 1992, 8, 65ߝ90.
85. L. White, Jr., ‘The Historical Root of our Ecological Crisis’, Science, 1967, 155, 1203ߝ7.
86. G. Hardin, ‘The Tragedy of the Commons’, Science, 1968, 162, 1243ߝ8.
87. G. Fisher and G. van Utt, ‘Science, Religious Naturalism, and Biblical Theology: Ground for the Emergence of Sustainable Living’, Zygon, 2007, 42, 929ߝ43.
88. W. Collins et al., ‘The Physical Science Behind Climate Change’, Scientific American, 2007, 297, 64ߝ73.
89. S. Scharper, ‘The Gaia Hypothesis: Implications for a Christian Political Theology of the Environment’, Cross Currents, 1994, 44, 207ߝ21.
90. H. Rolston, III, ‘Caring for Nature: From Fact to Value, from Respect to Reverence’, Zygon, 2004, 39, 277ߝ302.
91. D. O’Hara, ‘Thomas Merton and Thomas Berry: Reflections from a Parallel Universe’, Merton Annual, 2000, 13, 222ߝ34.
92. D. Edwards, ‘The Ecological Significance of God Language’, Theological Studies, 1999, 60, 708ߝ22.
93. C. Deane-Drummond, ‘Wisdom, Justice and Environmental Decision-Making in a Biotechnological Age’, Journal for the Study of Religion, Nature & Culture, 2003, 8, 173ߝ92.
94. P. Knitter, ‘A Common Creation Story? Interreligious Dialogue and Ecology’, Journal of Ecumenical Studies, 2000, 37, 285ߝ300.