Links to resources on Religion and Science
"The Elegant Universe" (PBS)
Human Genome Project resources from the National Human Genome Research Institute (US)
"Evolution" series (PBS), especially # 7 "Why is Evolution Controversial Anyway?"
series on the brain (Colorado State University)
Gregg Easterbrook, "The New Convergence" Wired, December 2002
Stephen Hawking, "Conclusion" from A Brief History of Time
Thomas Aquinas, "Whether God Exists?" Summa Theologia Part 1, Question 2, Article 3
Galileo, excerpt from "Letter to the Grand Duchess Christina" (5-8)
Werner Heisenberg, excerpt from "Science and Religion" from Physics and Philosophy: The Evolution Of Modern Science (Harper Perrennial, 2007). (5-8)
Pope John Paul II, "Magisterium is Concerned with Question of Evolution for it Involves Conception of Man"
excerpt from Richard Dawkins, The Selfish Gene
Frans de Waal, "The Empathic Ape"
Jack Hitt, "This is your Brain on God" Wired 7.11 November 1999
Russell Stannard, "The Prayer Experiment"
Lynn White, Jr. "The Historical Roots of our Ecological Crisis"
Donald Swearer, "Buddhism and Ecology: Challenge and Promise"
Robert Lawrence Kuhn, "What is the Far Far Future of the Universe?"
Francis Bacon, preface to Novum Organon
Pascal, from Pensees, Section II “The Misery of Man Without God” 72-73
Isaac Newton, "General Scholium" from Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy
Thomas Kuhn, from The Structure of Scientific Revolutions
Wildman, Wesley J. and Robert John Russell. “Chaos: A Mathematical Introduction with Philosophical Reflections”
Charles Darwin, introduction to the Origin of Species
Annie Dillard, very short excerpts from Pilgrim at Tinker Creek
David Neff, "The Pope, the Press and Evolution" Christianity Today (Jan. 6/97)
William Dembski, "Science and Design"
Jon Noring, “A Summary of Personality Testing”
Bertrand Russell, "What is the Soul?"
Biblical Passages relating to science
Poetry about science
Novels with religion and science themes
Art with religion, science and technology themes