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bullet ActionBioscience has published an interesting interview with biology professor Kenneth R. Miller at: http://www.actionbioscience.org/
 
bullet The Clergy Letter Project collected over 10,000 signatures endorsing the compatibility of religion and science. They also celebrate Evolution Sunday near the anniversary of Charles Darwin's birth. See: http://www.butler.edu/
 
bullet Godless.org has published an article by Norman Hall and Lucia Hall titled "Is the war between science and religion over?." See: http://www.godless.org/
 
bullet Interdisciplinary Documentation on Religion and Science maintains an anthology of writings on this topic, and an encyclopedia of terms, from Agnosticism to Universe.
 
bullet ReligiousTolerance.org has an introductory essay to the conflict between science and religion at: http://www.religioustolerance.org/
 
bullet A religion and science glossary (sorted in a curious non-alphabetic order) was created by students at the University of Pennsylvania at: http://ccat.sas.upenn.edu

Books dealing with science & religion:

  • Counterbalance Meta Library has published online adaptations of books, audio recording, video clips, etc. on the topic of science and religion. See: http://www.meta-library.net/ Included are online adaptations of books, such as Dr. Christopher Southgate's "God, Humanity and the Cosmos: A Textbook in Science and Religion, T&T Clark (200). See: http://www.meta-library.net/

  • The Unification of Science, Religion and Humanity "is a mulit-faith book that shows how science and religion are uniting to bring world peace." It is available free of charge at: http://www.angelfire.com/

  • Amazon.com's data base produced the following hits for "science religion." If you see a generic ad below, please click on your browser's refresh key.

Science and religion websites:

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The Advent of Evolutionary Christianity comments:

"Are you frustrated with how the mainstream media portray the science and religion issue? It's as if the only two games in town were science-rejecting creationism and faith-rejecting atheism. But for the millions of us in the middle who see no conflict between faith and reason, heart and head, Jesus and Darwin, we know that's a false choice. Religious faith and practice can be positively strengthened by what God is revealing through science. See: http://www.evolutionarychristianity.com/

bullet The American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) maintains a dialogue on science, ethics and religion to facilitate communication between scientific and religious communities. See: http://www.aaas.org/
 
bullet Beliefnet has a section on science and religion at: http://www.beliefnet.com/
 
bullet The BioLogos Foundation promote the concept that faith and science both lead to truth about God and creation. They promote the search for truth in both the natural and spiritual realms seeking harmony between these different perspectives. It was founded by Francis Collins, former director of the Human Genome Project
and author of "The Language of God." Karl Giberson, author of "Saving Darwin: How to be a Christian and believe in evolution,"  is executive vice-president. See: http://www.biologos.org/
 
bullet The Center for Theology and the Natural Sciences is affiliated with the Graduate Theological Union (GTU) in Berkeley, California. The Center engages in research, teaching and public service. See: http://www.ctns.org/
 
bullet The Center for the Study of Science and Religion is part of the Earth Institute at Columbia University. Their mission is to stimulate dialogue and encourage understanding at the interface of science and religion. See: http://www.columbia.edu/cu/cssr/
 
bullet Counterbalance Interactive Library, has topic sets available on many complex issues from science, ethics, philosophy, and religion. See: http://www.counterbalance.org/
 
bullet The Freethought Zone promotes "science and reason over religion and superstition," See: http://freethought.freeservers.com/
 
bullet The Guardian is a newsletter which lists national and international environmental service trips. These might involve "repairing wildlife sanctuaries, hiking trails, rainforest restoration and habitats; research assistance, rebuilding of Third World communities, or providing medical assistance and/or teaching languages to other cultures." See: http://www.guardiannewsltr.com/index.htm
 
bullet The Guardian contains an amazing listing of other websites devoted to the environment at: http://www.guardiannewsltr.com/reciprocal2.htm
 
bullet Harvard University Center for the Study of World Religions has produced a conference series on "Religions of the world and ecology," at: http://www.hds.harvard.edu/
 
bullet International Society for Science & Religion promotes education through the support of inter-disciplinary learning and research in the fields of science and religion. See: http://www.issr.org.uk/
 
bullet Metanexus Institute "... advances research, education and outreach on the constructive engagement of science and religion." See: http://www.metanexus.net/
 
bullet North American Science and Religion Foundation (NASARF) is a non-profit foundation dedicated to advancing the academic and scientific study of religion. See: http://www.nasarf.org/
 
bullet PBS has a Faith & Reason section at: http://www.pbs.org/
 
bullet Reluctant Messenger solves religious paradoxes, like the creation story vs. science and evolution. See: http://www.reluctant-messenger.com/
bullet Science & Spirit is a bimonthly magazine that "... explores how science and religion can work together to address the vital issues of our time." See: http://www.science-spirit.org/
 
bullet Science and Religion discusses science, religion and the human brain. They see the brain as being in "a state of organic transformation, carrying the entire race towards a glorious destination..." See: http://www.scienceandreligion.com/
 
bullet Science and Religion Today: A few of the editors of Science & Theology News magazine, which ceased publication in 2006, have now launched a science and religion website at: Science & Religion Today. They offer a free newsletter.
 
bullet Science, Theology and the Ontological Quest II (STOQ) coordinates the study and research programs of the Vatican's pontifical universities. see: http://www.stoqnet.org/
 
bullet The Secular Web has a section on Science and religion at: http://www.infidels.org/
 
bullet John Templeton Foundation provides grants for "research on concepts and realities such as love, gratitude, forgiveness and creativity." They also select individuals to receive a range of annual prizes. See: http://www.templeton.org
 
bullet Wikipedia has a page on the "Relationship between religion and science," at: http://en.wikipedia.org/

Related section in this website:

bullet Science & Religion: Conflicts and occasional agreements

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