Science: Science_in_Society: Science_and_Religion
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AAAS Dialogue on Science, Ethics, and Religion
Promotes knowledge about developments in science and technology within the religious community, and provides opportunities for dialogue between the scientific and religious communities on ethical and religious implications of scientific developments.
Center for Theology and the Natural Sciences
Promoting the creative mutual interaction between contemporary theology and the natural sciences.
Centre for Religion and the Biosciences
Chester College (UK) based research center directed by Celia Deane-Drummond. Details of public lectures, profiles of staff, and submission information for the journal Ecotheology.
Centre for Theology, Science and Culture
Outlines of research projects on topics including ecotheology and the relation of Australian spirituality to the arts. Flinders University, South Australia.
Conflicts Between Science and Religion
Overview of several areas of controversy, primarily involving Christian beliefs and Judeo-Christian traditions, from ReligiousTolerance.org.
A non-profit educational organization promoting new views on issues in the science and religion field, such as the evolution/creation controversy and biomedical ethical challenges. Features an extensive collection of articles and streaming media.
Danish Science-Theology Forum
University of Aarhus based organization promoting dialogue between theology and the natural sciences. Listing of events and full-text articles. [English and Danish]
Articles and book reviews and links, looking at the engagement of science with religion, both historically and in the present. Concentrates primarily on Christianity but includes an article on science and Islam.
Einstein's on Science and Religion
Einstein's writings and philosophy on God, the cosmos, science, and religion.
Faith and Reason
PBS documentary about the interaction between science and religion, both historically and today. Includes transcripts of interviews with scientists and theologians.
Faith and Science
A compilation of current news and other information and essays dealing with religious views on bioethics, as well as some other aspects of modern science.
Has Science Found God?
Talk by Dr. Norman F. Hall given on September 15, 1996 at a meeting of the Humanist Fellowship of San Diego at the Thomas Paine Coffeehouse.
Ian Ramsey Centre
Oxford University-based interdisciplinary research centre for the study of religious beliefs in relation to the sciences and medicine. Includes details of forthcoming seminars and workshops, and staff profiles.
Institute on Religion in an Age of Science
Longstanding interfaith group working for a dynamic and positive relationship between religion and science. Includes newsletter, conference abstracts, and details of how to set up a local discussion group.
John Templeton Foundation
Funds research to encourage exploration of the moral and spiritual dimensions of the universe and of human potential.
Meta Reference Library
A collection of topics, definitions, audio and video clips covering the constructive interaction of science, ethics, philosophy, and religion.
Moderated discussion list and newsletter dedicated to promoting the constructive engagement of science and religion.
National Research Center for Medical Sciences
Department of Science and Religion. Describes research program, workshops, and contact details. In Tehran, Iran.
Book about a new vision for God as Creator, using randomness, chaos and scientific principles.
Religion and Ecology
Brief introduction to ecotheology and short descriptions of the relationship between individual religions and the environment.
A catalog of links about science and religion, ethics, culture, politics.
Science and Religion
Articles and extracts of books relating to a wide variety of topics within science and religion, including physics, the brain, belief in God, and religious experience.
Science and Religion Forum
Web forum about science and religion. [Multiple pop-ups]
Science and Religion Forum
UK based charity promoting discussion between scientific understanding and religious thought. Includes details of conferences, twice annual publication, and an annual report.
Science and Spirit Resources
Covers the broad field of scientific and spiritual thought to foster awareness and dialogue among an interfaith audience, both general and scholarly. Includes articles and calendar of forthcoming events.
Science and the Spiritual Quest II
International research program based at CTNS. Includes details of forthcoming symposia, profiles of participating academics, and articles from the media.
Science Vs. Religion
A review of the past 150 years of science which concludes that the scientific findings lead to a logical conclusion that God exists 'beyond a reasonable doubt.'
The Templeton Prize for Progress Toward Research or Discoveries about Spiritual Realities is an annual award, usually announced in March of each year.
Teske, John A.
Professor at Elizabethtown College, Pennsylvania. Research interests include science and religion, philosophical psychology, and personality and social psychology. Vita and course syllabi.
Collection of notes and essays attempting to restore theology to the mainstream of science by defending the notion that the Universe is divine.
Theology and Science
Print and electronic journal of the CTNS. Includes editorial policy, call for papers, and instructions for authors.
Theology and Science Without Dualism
Article by Elizabeth Newman, reprinted from the Winter 1997 (Vol 17:1) issue of the CTNS Bulletin.
Homepage of Professor of Physics at Colorado School of Mines. Includes several articles on how to be religious without believing in God.
Zygon Center for Religion and Science
Newsletter and articles, including several by Philip Hefner on human cloning.
Zygon: Journal of Science and Religion
Print and electronic journal. Subscription information, contents, abstracts, and submission instructions.
Is the War Between Science and Religion Over?
By Dr. Norman F. Hall and Lucia K. B. Hall. Published in The Humanist, May/June 1986. (June 1, 1986)
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