Did David Hume "Banish" Miracles?
“I flatter myself,” Hume triumphantly proclaimed, “that I have discovered an argument . . . which, if just, will, with the wise and learned, be an everlasting check to all kinds of superstitious delusion, and consequently, will be useful as long as the world endures.”
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?
"Come and See": A Christological Invitation for Science
This chapter from Mark Noll's book Jesus Christ and the Life of the Mind seeks to understand science through a Christ-centered lens. Overall, if one accepts that nature is created and sustained by Jesus Christ, the author explains, then one must conclude that looking at nature is, in fact, the best way to learn about nature.
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?
The Language of Science and Faith: A Brief History
This book shares and even embodies the very inspiration that launched BioLogos—the desire to help people find answers to “Genuine Questions” about relating scientific accounts of origins to their faith in God as creator.
Galileo Goes to Jail and Other Myths About Science and Religion
Numbers and 24 other contributors debunk falsehoods about the relationship between science and religion.
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.
I Love Jesus and I Accept Evolution
"Although there are many fine books that treat the compatibility of 'faith and science' in general, Lamoureux is alone in treating with candor, sophistication, and pastoral sensitivity the interpretive issues that face any Christian reader of Scripture." - Peter Enns
When Science and Faith Collide
In this book, G.R. Davidson offers a simple three-step approach for examining scripture and science any time the two appear to clash. -Amazon
Darwin and God
Spencer argues that, although Darwin's theory of evolution by natural selection did undermine his Christian faith, it was the age-old problem of suffering that caused it to break down.
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
Creation or Evolution
Dr. Denis Alexander believes that we do not need to choose, since both are true.
Bouteneff explores how first-millennium Christian understandings of creation can inform current though.
Saving Darwin traces the cultural motivations of the anti-Darwin movement and addresses it in both theological and scientific terms.
More Than Darwin
This concise reference illuminates the human side of the long, often colorful controversy between evolution and creationism by giving synopses of every major person, organization, and place involved in it.