Monopolizing Knowledge, Part 1: Science and Scientism
In his new book Monopolizing Knowledge, physicist Ian Hutchinson engages with the world-view he calls “scientism”: “the belief that science, modeled on the natural sciences, is the only source of real knowledge”.
Quantum Leap, Part 1: Which Side Are You On?
How does a leading scientist think about the more mysterious aspects of faith -- prayer, miracles, life after death, resurrection? How should people of faith approach science, especially when new scientific discoveries appear to contradict their religious beliefs?
Clearly explaining the science, the authors focus on areas where Christians agree. They also present the strengths and weaknesses of areas where Christians differ. -Amazon
The Language of Science and Faith
Science does not overthrow the Bible. Faith does not require rejecting science. World-renowned scientist Francis Collins, author of The Language of God, along with fellow scientist Karl Giberson show how we can embrace both. -Amazon
An Afternoon with John Polkinghorne
How can a scientist really believe in miracles? How, or why, does a scientist pray? And how could a physicist possibly believe in the Resurrection of Jesus?
Biology and Ideology – From Descartes to Dawkins
Ever since modern science emerged in the 16th and 17th centuries, it has been used and abused for purposes that lie well beyond science. Biology has been particularly susceptible to ideological manipulation and application, a trend that shows no sign of abating.
Evolving Beyond Apologetics: A Review of Rachel Held Evans' "Evolving in Monkey Town"
What sets Evolving in Monkey Town apart is that it takes the abstract ideas discussed in more scholarly works and incarnates them in a person. Where other books strive to reach an answer, we join with Rachel as she struggles to find a way to live in the questions.
My Faith Shouldn’t Be Alive (But It Is, and Here’s Why)
By all accounts, my faith should have perished the moment I started asking questions about faith and science. All my life I’d been taught that I had to choose—between believing the Bible and believing my science book, between honoring God and embracing evolution.
Belief collects the most important writings on faith and belief, from C.S. Lewis to Martin Luther King.
An Obituary for the "Warfare" View of Science and Religion
As an historian of science, I belong to a small, somewhat esoteric club. But our collective anonymity may now be changing with the publication of a splendid new book from Harvard University Press, Galileo Goes to Jail and Other Myths about Science and Religion.
Questions of Truth
John Polkinghorne and Nicholas Beale respond to key questions about the interaction of science and faith.
What's So Great About Christianity?
"With scholarship and eloquence that reminds me of C. S. Lewis, Dinesh D’Souza addresses the urgent questions of our time, such as ‘Is Christianity believable in the face of the discoveries of modern science and modern scholarship?' " - Reverend Robert H. Schuller
Harrell presents an accessible, thought-provoking exploration of evolution's witness to the God of creation.
Beyond the Firmament
Beyond the Firmament challenges all creationist camps to step outside of traditional paradigms and recognize how our modern scientific worldview actually blinds us from seeing the simple truth of Creation as it was originally intended.
Lord Jesus Christ: Devotion to Jesus in Earliest Christianity
This outstanding book provides an in-depth historical study of the place of Jesus in the religious life, beliefs, and worship of Christians from the beginnings of the Christian movement down to the late second century. -Amazon
When Darwin Meets the Bible
Witham digs into the evolution-creation debate in contemporary America in this balanced and well-documented work of investigative journalism.
Galileo, Darwin and Hawking
Dowe demonstrates that many thoughtful and religious people have also found harmony between science and faith.
Genesis of Perfection
Anderson offers a rich, balanced look at how creation has been understood in both Judaism and Christianity.
Darwin’s Religious Odyssey
Phipps relies on Darwin's own journals and correspondence to depict his "circuitous journey of faith."