Website On Religion - Topic: Religion and science - 46 results

"This Interdisciplinary Encyclopaedia is intended to provide new scholarly articles in the rapidly-growing international field of Religion and Science. These articles were written primarily by European authors and are available here for the first time in English translation. They offer a unique window into the approaches and perspectives of the European community towards what has become a field of immense cultural significance throughout the world. Each article provides a very readable and comprehensive summary of what is currently being discussed in religion and science on a specific topic as well as how these topics were discussed historically." The articles are written primarily from a Roman Catholic point of view.
"To reconsider the large question -- is the natural normative? -- from both scientific and religious perspectives at once, and to examine the social, medical and political implications of our current inability to reach a single answer, the Center for the Study of Science and Religion (CSSR) was founded in the summer of 1999 with support from the Office of the Executive Vice Provost of Columbia University. It is an interdisciplinary, inter-school, collaborative forum for the examination of issues lying at the boundary of the scientific and religious ways of comprehending the world and our place in it."
"Genesis Proclaimed Association is an Non-Profit Organization that provides a forum for all peoples to discuss, study, and research the Holy Bible. Our primary goal is to advance the understanding of the relationships between science, history, and Christianity. All peoples of all faiths are encouraged to join the group. As a group we believe that science does not contradict the Bible, but in fact supports biblical writings. We believe God's word is supreme and without fault."
"Welcome to the Counterbalance Interactive Library, offering new views on complex issues from science, ethics, philosophy, and religion. Here you'll find extensive resources on the evolution/creation controversy, biomedical ethical challenges, and much more."